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  • maiki
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    @maiki

    @boonebgorges, thanks for following up. Each network does have it’s own set of wp_x_bp_* tables, and I noticed that when I post an update from one network, it gets added to the tables for the other network; it was apparent because the URL pointed to the network the update came from.

    Backing up a moment, I was all fired up to debug this, but last night I sat down and looked at my goals again, and BuddyPress fit in if it was a path of least resistance. I’d hacked at this for a week before posting here, so maybe had I waited a bit longer I wouldn’t have wasted the effort. I am not going to use BuddyPress on my sites, but I wanted to make note of what the database was doing, in case it is helpful later on.

    If this is a common issue, then I am sure someone else will bring it up. If it is only me, then we won’t have to worry about it. Keep up the good work! ^_^

    @modemlooper, thanks for your earlier assistance.


    maiki
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    @maiki

    I suspect there is something going on with the cookies, since it only changes when the updates are sent within the same browser. But I can’t find anything about that in the documentation.

    I take that back, I created a new account to see if the changes would be reflected for them, and it is indeed the case. So my issue is, if a user is active on multiple BP instances, each on their own network, which ever site they are last active on, that becomes the site that the URLs are based on.


    maiki
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    @maiki

    try https://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/customizing/bp_enable_multiblog/

    That didn’t change anything, and I am not sure why it would. I have the BP instances on separate networks, that part is working.

    Has nothing like this been reported before? It is difficult to digest the support posts that most folks write in the various plugin spaces, because it is evident that they are confusing multi-site with multi-network. I’ve been running a multi-network for a little over a year now, but I hadn’t needed multiple instances of BP until now.

    I suspect there is something going on with the cookies, since it only changes when the updates are sent within the same browser. But I can’t find anything about that in the documentation.


    maiki
    Participant

    @maiki

    do you have any page cache turned on?

    I do, but I’ve cleared it multiple times. It doesn’t appear to affect this. Has that been an issue in the past? Anything else I can try?


    maiki
    Participant

    @maiki

    @modemlooper, as I said in the first line of my initial post, this happens using either of the BP Multi Network plugins. I’ve used every combination of these plugins (of which there are four):

    I’ve also dumped all the content and settings from the database and started over, but the issue remains. I’ve turned off all the components except extended profiles. On one site (http://notes.vg/members/) there are two members, me and my friend. On the other site (http://3citi.es/people/) there is only me.

    When I load notes.vg, the link in my name goes to http://notes.vg/members/maiki/. If I go to the directory on 3Cities, the link in my name goes to that same page, http://notes.vg/members/maiki/.

    However, if I update something (for example, if I edit a page) on 3Cities, the profile URL then points to http://3citi.es/people/maiki/, and refreshing the directory on notes.vg shows that the link there now points there as well, http://3citi.es/people/maiki/.

    This happens regardless of the plugin combo I use. Advice?


    maiki
    Participant

    @maiki

    Decided to try the WP Multi Network plugin, but I have the same issue.

    In case I didn’t explain it well (it was late): I have multiple BP instances across different networks. All the configurations and such work fine, but when I post an activity update on one and load the others, I see the activity stream from the BP instance I updated most recently.

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