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How to control process of registration?

 
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Hi all,

Is there any way of controlling whether one could register the forum or not? Or is it possible that I could disable the "public registration" (anyone in the internet can register as a user of Jforum).

The second question is how to craete users is batch mode. One way I know is study the table schema and write a sql script and use mysql client to import.

Finally, thank Rafael and all the guys here who made a lot of contributions to jforum.
[originally posted on jforum.net by codespeed]
 
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codespeed wrote:Hi all,

Is there any way of controlling whether one could register the forum or not? Or is it possible that I could disable the "public registration" (anyone in the internet can register as a user of Jforum).



There is nothing currently to do anything like that. Can you provide a sittuation / work behaviour?

codespeed wrote:
The second question is how to craete users is batch mode. One way I know is study the table schema and write a sql script and use mysql client to import.



If interacting directly with the mysql client is not a problem for you, then it works. Another solution is to make a section in the Administration Panel to do the job.. There are some alternatives... do you have any in mind?

codespeed wrote:
Finally, thank Rafael and all the guys here who made a lot of contributions to jforum.



Thank you

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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