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How to configure JForum to work with Oracle

R Diaz
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Joined: Jun 24, 2008
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Hi Everyone,

I'm trying to configure JForum - http://jforum.net/ - to work with Oracle.

Does anyone know the steps and right values to configure it?

Have a nice day. Thanks in advance for the help.

Best regards,

Rudi


Martijn Verburg
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Hi Rudi,

Have you followed the guide on the JForum website?


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R Diaz
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Joined: Jun 24, 2008
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Hi,

Thanks for the reply.

Yes. I try following that information, but got many errors.

It's not a step by step guide. Also, they don't go over the changes and where.
In addition, one can't make a new guess account, post anything, or email to anyone
there. I tried to email to Rafael, but got no answer.

Thanks.


Ulf Dittmer
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The JForum team basically seems to have abandoned JForum 2.x (including the online help forums) and is concentrating on JForum 3. So I doubt you'll get any help in doing this, nor would I advocate it because the code base is obsolete. Maybe they'll let you in on the JForum 3 prerelease if you promise to make it work on Oracle.


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