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Cpanel and Urchin Direct LInks

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ZeusChicago, Jul 10, 2008.

  1. ZeusChicago

    ZeusChicago Active Member

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    I have question about the Urchin/Cpanel integration. With the way that Cpanel shuts down the Urhcin server/log processes, how can I get direct linking working?

    Expample. WIth the Urchin server process us (and using port 9999) I can do a call to a report profile directly without having to login with something like the following:

    http://www.somesite.com:9999/report.cgi?profile=somtsite.com&rid=160

    When Cpanel is in control of urchin, its stops the web service (shutdowns port 9999) and forces everything through 2082

    http://www.somesite.com:2082/frontend/x3/stats/urchin.html?profile=somesite.com&rid=160

    which allways pops the Cpanel account login. I tried

    http://username:password@www.somesi...tats/urchin.html?profile=somesite.com&rid=160

    and that didnt work. Is there a way I can use direct linking for urchin and either bypass, or send the username/psssword long with th reqest?

    Thanks

    Z
     
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    ZeusChicago Active Member

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    Does anyone know if this can be done or not?
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Links in the format of user:pass@domain:2082 will typically not work in modern web browsers because of security concerns. That is why in cPanel 9 we had to add capabilities to allow alternative ways of embedding a custom login form into your existing website.
     
  4. ZeusChicago

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    Is that a no, it cant be done (its a feature that I can do on the Urchin 9999 port) or a yes, and you forgot to mention/point me in the right direction on how to figure it out?

    Thanks!

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    So is the above possible? Has some one done it? Could someone please point me in the right direction?

    At this point I am willing to PAY to have this done if itis possible.

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    After all the great responses from everyone here :mad: and many weeks of tinkering I was able to figure this out myself. :D

    Woot Urchin Reports controlled by Cpanel, bypassing the CPanel login so I dont have to give out my cpanel login to anyone else but allow them access to urchin reports. :D

    Z
     
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