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chander shivdasani
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Hi everyone,

I am planning to build a forum of my own but i dont know where to start. What all technologies i need to know?..can anyone just guide me how to go about it??

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Chander Shivdasani


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What features would the forum have that an out-of-the-box open source solution like JForum doesn't?
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Or if it's for education value, you need to know:
- core Java
- a persistence technology or framework (JDBC, Hibernate, etc)
- a front end technology (JSP/Servlet, JSF, etc)


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