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What is the best way to implement CiviCRM for multiple sites? I'm a little familiar with Domain Access and less with Multi-Site in Civi.

I'd like to have two front-end sites share one CiviCRM database, with a user from site A having access to the complete database and a user from site B having only access to site B contacts and contributions.

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Multi-Site is the way to go http://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRMDOC/Multi+Site+Installation

With Domain Access you can get into trouble because CiviCRM would expect one domain per "civicrm.settings.php".

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  • Just a note that you can use Domain Access, but you must handle setting the CIVICRM_DOMAIN_ID in civicrm.settings.php via a switch statement (or, if your Domain Access IDs and CiviCRM Domain IDs match, set the latter from the former). The multi-site documentation covers this scenario. – Jon G - Megaphone Tech Feb 14 at 0:38

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