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Creating a Forum

Mahesh Lohi
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Hi all,

I wish to create a forum. Please suggest me a best way to do it also give me a starting point.

Thank you in advance
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Well, JForum is a popular software for creating forums. Do you want to host your own, one in your own portal, or do you want a new topic forum at JavaRanch?

-Cameron McKenzie
Mahesh Lohi
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Cameron Wallace McKenzie wrote:Well, JForum is a popular software for creating forums. Do you want to host your own, one in your own portal, or do you want a new topic forum at JavaRanch?

-Cameron McKenzie



Thank you for the quiuk reply.

Yes, I wish to create a forum in myh own website..

Thank you in advance
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Well, you're posting in the portal forum, so are you saying that you want your forum software to be wrapped up in a portlet and deployed to a portal server? What portal server are you using?

Again, google JForum for free and reliable Java based forum software. You can download it and try it out.

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Devaka Cooray
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And most importantly, JavaRanch runs on JForum.


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ankur rathi
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If you are using WebLogic Portal, Read about GroupSpace community. It's a kind of sample application comes with WebLogic Portal has features like forums, emails, chat etc.
Mahesh Lohi
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Devaka Cooray wrote:And most importantly, JavaRanch runs on JForum.


Thank you for the link. But what is ment by "register the JForum application within your Servlet Container, like Tomcat. This document will use the context name "jforum", but of course you can use any name you want".

And I use glassfish server.

Thank you


 
 
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