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    Can I integrate vBulletin 4 with Drupal CMS? I want to allow my current users from Drupal to be able to access the forums without having to login twice

  • #2
    Not at this time.
    Plan, Do, Check, Act!

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    • #3
      Migrate to Joomla and use the existing bridge.

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      • #4
        There are three VB-Drupal bridges and none of them seem to be maintained. Most of them dwindled at least a year ago so there won't be much, if any, dev work on VB4.

        What happens seems to be that soon as anyone mentions a bridge from Drupal/Joomla/whatever on their forum, they get shouted down with "Why not make our own sucky forum work better instead?" Which has happened; the forum modules in those packages have been improving.
        My VB forum: BMWRA

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        • #5
          FWIW, in case someone researches this in the future, they are:

          vbdrupal
          drupal-vb
          drupaltin

          With the proliferation of support for Drupal, I think the only way VB will compete is by either supplying their own bridge or attracting customers to VB-CMS as an alternative.
          My VB forum: BMWRA

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          • #6
            What about AMember Pro? I hear that is supposed to be able to integrate drupal and vbulletins login system. Anyone know anything about that?

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            • #7
              I am interested in a drupal bridge also so i can use my 10,000+ users

              Originally posted by dudulache View Post
              Can I integrate vBulletin 4 with Drupal CMS? I want to allow my current users from Drupal to be able to access the forums without having to login twice
              I am interested in a drupal bridge also so i can use my 10,000+ users
              what are my options

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              • #8
                IMHO, forget Drupal all together if you want a bridge or to share. Also, drupal seems to be dead in the water with the advanced forums. I tried all you wish for, for a year and it was a major Hog when I got it all running. If you want forums, take the leap and get onto VB4 or Joomla and phpbb.

                personally, VB4 is what I did. Sad but true, but I expect VB4 will become a better CMS.
                Cheers!

                RECORDING ORG
                created for musicians, by musicians

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