Web Space and Database
Submit a ticket at https://und.teamdynamix.com/TDClient/Requests/ServiceDet?ID=29212. More information about the requested site may be required.
All requests must be reviewed and approved by the designated approver before they will be set up
The web space will usually use the folder name requested under the sites.und.edu domain (example: sites.und.edu/myfoldername). You should receive a URL to access your folder, or you can log in and select your folder.
OmniUpdate is used for file access, but sites.und.edu has minimal restrictions and no prebuilt web templates are available.
The OmniUpdate Support site contains information about how to use OmniUpdate. Since web templates and other tools are not available, some of the information may not apply.
How pages and files are managed in OmniUpdate is an important concept. Webpages can be edited in OmniUpdate, or entire sites, pages, or files can be uploaded individually or in a zip file. Please note, since web templates are not available, .pcf files mentioned in the documentation are not used.
The server is Linux based and has PHP installed.
If a database is required, please request it when requesting the web space.
There are 2 database environments:
- Production database: undmysqlappdb.und.edu
- Test database: undmysqltstdb00.und.edu (only available on specific request)
A web user account (example: w_mydatabase) will be created for use in the web application and should be granted only the database priviliges the web application requires. DO NOT use your personal database account in the web application or code.
Personal accounts (example: firstname.lastname) will be created for all users that need to build, maintain, or directly access the database. phpMyAdmin is used for access and can be found at https://undmysqladm.und.edu/phpmyadmin/. For access from off campus, Connect to the UND VPN.
Two separate logins are required to access phpMyAdmin:
- First enter your NDUS account login to reach the phpMyAdmin login page.
- On the phpMyAdmin page, select the database you want to log into, and enter your separate MySQL credentials. This username and password is not connected to your NDUS account, even though it may have the same username. Your account will be created with at temporary password. To protect your data and database space, please change your password as soon as possible.