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  • solucione ese problema de la siguiente manera cargue un pluguin en la plataforma A la cual me permitía entrar sin problemas con el siguiente codigo que encontré:

    <?php
    /*
    Plugin Name: Duplicate Caps
    Plugin URI: 
    Description: Tiny plugin to duplicate capabilities in a setup where users (and user tables) are shared across more than one install
    Author: Mikk3lRo
    Version: 0.1
    Author URI: 
    */
    $dummy = new duplicate_caps();
    class duplicate_caps {
        function __construct() {
            add_action('updated_user_meta', array($this, 'update_prefixed_caps'), 10, 2);
            add_action('added_user_meta', array($this, 'update_prefixed_caps'), 10, 2);
            add_action('deleted_user_meta', array($this, 'update_prefixed_caps'), 10, 2);
        }
        function update_prefixed_caps($mid, $object_id) {
            /**
             * Note that $object_id contains the id of the user that was
             * just changed.
             * On a site with many users it would make sense to only
             * get and set information regarding the just-changed user
             * Currently this function corrects roles for all users
             * making sure pre-existing users are duplicated, and keeping
             * the table in sync.
             */
            global $wpdb;
            //Quick and dirty - get all *capabilities rows for all users
            $sql = "SELECT * FROM {$wpdb->usermeta} WHERE <code>meta_key</code> LIKE '%capabilities'";
            $results = $wpdb->get_results($sql) or die(mysql_error());
    
            //Will hold all prefixes (always include our own)
            $prefixes = array($wpdb->prefix);
    
            //Will grab the existing role for each prefix
            $user_roles = array();
    
            //Loop our results
            foreach ($results as $result) {
                //Make sure the meta_key looks right, and grab the prefix
                if (preg_match('#^(.*)capabilities$#', $result->meta_key, $matches)) {
                    $prefix = $matches[1];
    
                    // Collect prefixes
                    $prefixes[] = $prefix;
    
                    //Note the entire row for later use
                    $user_roles[$result->user_id][$prefix] = $result;
                }
            }
    
            //Make sure we only have one of each
            $prefixes = array_unique($prefixes);
    
            //Loop through the users we found
            foreach ($user_roles as $user_id => $existing_prefixes) {
                if (!isset($existing_prefixes[$wpdb->prefix])) {
                    //User was probably just deleted - all rows are deleted by
                    //wordpress though, so no cleanup for us :)
                } else {
                    //We want all prefixes to obey us (we just created or changed
                    //the user, so we want that to affect all sites)
                    $desired_role = $existing_prefixes[$wpdb->prefix]->meta_value;
    
                    //Loop through all prefixes
                    foreach ($prefixes as $prefix) {
                        //Data to be inserted / updated
                        $cap_data = array(
                            'user_id' => $user_id,
                            'meta_key' => $prefix . 'capabilities',
                            'meta_value' => $desired_role
                        );
    
                        //If the prefix doesn't exist for this user
                        if (!in_array($prefix, array_keys($existing_prefixes))) {
                            //Actually insert it (user was probably just created)
                            $wpdb->insert($wpdb->usermeta, $cap_data, array('%d', '%s', '%s'));
                        } else if ($desired_role !== $existing_prefixes[$prefix]->meta_value) {
                            //Update it if not already correct (user was probably just edited)
                            $cap_data['umeta_id'] = $existing_prefixes[$prefix]->umeta_id;
                            $wpdb->replace($wpdb->usermeta, $cap_data, array('%d', '%s', '%s', '%d'));
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }
    • Esta respuesta fue modificada hace 3 años, 6 meses por jose64. Razón: Etiquetar código

    Parcialmente, logre conectarlos, pero me surgió un nuevo problema las dos plataformas me descargan la misma data, es decir, los usuarios solo deberian compartir el campo de usuario y contraseña, pero hay campos adicionales en una que deberian ser diferentes pero me descarga la misma

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