I'd say the easiest way is to give them different ports:

give zope1 port 8080 and zope2 port 9080

If you've installed the Zopes as NT services you need to change the
parameters to the services in regedit:

goto hkey_local_machine/currentcontrolset/services/zope2 and change/add a
parameter to change the default port base.

The parameter you want is -P (upper case P)

if you change/add it so that you have -P 9000 on the second instance then
that user would connect on port 9080 for http and 9021 for ftp.

Some of the instructions may not be exactly right but this should give you
enough info to get you started, :)

hth

Phil
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----- Original Message -----
From: "J. Michael Mc Kay" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: 30 May 2000 16:40
Subject: [Zope] Before I install zope


> I want to install Zope in multiple instances.  Apparently if you provide a
> unique name and user names you can do this.  My question is...., "How
would
> you gain access to each individual Zope?"
>
> For instance, I would like "manager 1" to have access to "Zope 1" on
> port:8080. He will use Zope in tandem with his static web. I then want
> "manager 2" to have access to "Zope 2" in the same capacity as "manager
1."
> They will also use thier own separate product preferences.
>
> I want to set-up some fellow newbie types to share the Zope Road to
> Enlightenment with.
>
> What I don't understand from the install.txt and the "how to" is just how
> each manager is going to access the correct Zope.  They each have a static
> webspace via a web server on port:80.  I am not concerned right now about
> .pcgi, frontend and backend servers, but separating and accessing two
> standard installs of Zope on an NT server.
>
> I am a bit embarrased asking this because I did have this scenario working
> via pcgi. I got distracted for a couple of weeks and cannot reproduce it.
> So I want to do it again with straight installs, then .pcgi and later fool
> around with employing Site Access.
>
>
> Hope I've provided enough info...and that the answer is not too time
> consuming to return.
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> hisnibs
>
> Virginia Web
> http://www.virginiaweb.com
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>
>
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