Description of the plugin, can be changed should you have more than one copy.
Refers to the complete URL to the software. It should look something like this http://www.yourdomain.com/software
This refers to the path of the integration installation on your server. It shall look something like this /home/my_account_name/my_domain_name/integration or /var/www/httpdocs/integration depending on your server setup. To help you determine the path you need for this integration jFusion has filled in the path to the Joomla installation.
Database Type (ie mysql)::The type of database. mysql, mysqli etc. are among the various options.
The database host. Most hosts use 'localhost' to connect to their databases but certain provide specific URLs to access their databases like 'db.yourdomain.com'. Remote MYSQL is possible too. Choose accordingly
The name of your Database used to install and run the integration
The username required to access the database
The password used to access the database for the above mentioned username.”
The table prefix for plugin's tables in the Database.
Character set of the database.
Here you may have two options for usergroup management, simple and advanced. If plugin is set as the master, then you can only use simple mode. Simple mode will allow for a single selection of a Default Usergroup that each new user created by JFusion is assigned to (after they have been activated if activation is enabled). Once the group is assigned, it is never changed by JFusion. However, you have the option to enable the advanced mode if plugin is set as a slave. In advanced mode, you can assign a groups in plugin corresponding to various possible groups in Joomla!. If the group is changed in the master, JFusion will automatically update the groups of plugin to that which is paired to the master group when the user logs in. So for example, you let's say you have plugin's group Registered Users paired with Joomla's Registered and plugin's Administrator paired with Joomla's Administrator. If a user is in Joomla's Registered group and is changed to an Administrator, they will automatically be made part of the Administrator group in plugin.
If set to yes and plugin is set as slave, plugin's user's activation status will automatically be updated to that of the masters.
If set to yes and plugin is set as slave, plugin's user's email will automatically be updated to that of the masters.
If set to yes and plugin is set as slave, plugin's user's ban status will automatically be updated to that of the masters.
When in slave mode should a new user be created for inactive users in the master?
When in slave mode should a new user be created for blocked users in the master?
If set to yes, the user will be deleted from plugin if deleted from Joomla!
Should be set the same as the cookies generated by the integration. (dot)domain.com eg .domain.com will work best.
Usually / works fine. However, this item should be set the same as in the integration. If using a path, put a slash at the end, like in /joomla/
Cookie expiry time (secs). Set to 0 to set the cookie as a session cookie.
Cookie on Secure connection only
Should we use a HTTP-only cookie? This depends on the settings in Joomla and integration software. If they use HTTP-only cookies, this should be set to yes.