Chris Crownhart wrote at 2005-5-16 10:28 -0600:
>I am building a CMF site that will have many organizations (could be up
>to 200 or 300). Each organization will have it's own set of users, and
>probably it's own set of roles, although most of the roles will be the
>same across all organizations.
>I have a couple questions, and really am just kicking some thoughts
>around, and would be curious as to anyone's ideas.
>1. Should I consider having separate User Folders (I'm using GRUF) for
>each organization? This makes sense for a lot of reasons. Users of one
>organization will probably never be in another, so why clutter up one
>huge User Folder?
>2. Should I consider just having separate CMF sites for each
>organization? This would offer the ultimate in flexibility, but would
>probably be a maintenance nightmare. I don't have any idea how many CMF
>sites I could have on one server, but I'll bet the number is pretty high.
I would probably go for this solution.
These sites can share a large amount of templates and logic (if they
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