alessio@... (Alessio Bragadini) writes:
> On Sat, 2004-09-25 at 18:55, Antoine Quint wrote:
> > o How can I delete a slash site user?
> AFAIK the best (and maybe only) way is to directly do it in SQL
> using mysql or some other tool.
I would do it from the unix command line:
$ perl -MSlash::Test=3Dsitevirtuser -le 'print $slashdb->deleteUser(12345)'
That method is never actually used in the code, we don't have a
web interface for it, but it implements our "preferred" method
of deleting a user.
> Basically you never delete a user because he may have posted
> some comment and you would leave a "hole" in the information.
> > o How can I delete a slash site?
> You can remove it from /usr/local/slash/slash.sites
> You should also check your installed DBIx::Password (in
> /usr/.../site_perl/.../DBIx/Password.pm or similar) to remove the access
> string for that particular site, and/or remove the database.
This one's in the INSTALL file (at the end, "UNINSTALLING").