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can i use

sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver and a datasource to connect to DB in JForum??

my website having a custom login system made by me.i dont want my users to create another login for JForum.how can i integrate JForum login with my login system,my login is also having a profile system which is similer to Jforum's..

can i make forum nickname to any user....(which was displayed in each thread) to a link which goes to his/hers profile page?..

all help are greately appreciated ..

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Hi,

can i use

sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver and a datasource to connect to DB in JForum??


I never tried, but I guess it will work withou much effort. Just change the database configurations in database.properties file.


my website having a custom login system made by me.i dont want my users to create another login for JForum.how can i integrate JForum login with my login system,


You'll need to make some legacy code. JForum's core is not prepared by default to allow what you need in current version. I want to have this feature in a near future, but can't tell you exactly when.


my login is also having a profile system which is similer to Jforum's..

The same problem as the login. But solving the first, you got this one working as well.


can i make forum nickname to any user....(which was displayed in each thread) to a link which goes to his/hers profile page?..


Yes, just open the correspondent .htm file ( post_show.htm ) and make the link tho the user profile. Easy stuff.

Rafael
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Rafael Steil wrote:Hi,


I never tried, but I guess it will work withou much effort. Just change the database configurations in database.properties file.



I also think that is easy.but the problom is,in JForum's properties file there is no room for specifying DBUsername and Password.only having URL specification.that does'nt working for me.if u hav a good solution,plz inform.i'll continue trying and,if worked,i'll inform u.



You'll need to make some legacy code. JForum's core is not prepared by default to allow what you need in current version. I want to have this feature in a near future, but can't tell you exactly when.


but i think there should be some some methods to set the username and password in javabeans classes that u r using to retrieve from textfields and storing in DB.plz inform me how to call that method and which class it resides,i'll do the rest.


The same problem as the login. But solving the first, you got this one working as well.


i'll transfer my DB according urs.but i need login solution.then it's cool.


Yes, just open the correspondent .htm file ( post_show.htm ) and make the link tho the user profile. Easy stuff.
Rafael


thanks refael..it's a great job u have done.actually all needed a forum similer to PHPBB in java.it's great..warm greetings and all the best wishes to u to make it greater than PHPBB.

thanks
shaba


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hmm..forgot to login..anyway raefel,i need login solution for using JForum.hope u do the best.


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I also think that is easy.but the problom is,in JForum's properties file there is no room for specifying DBUsername and Password.only having URL specification.that does'nt working for me.if u hav a good solution,plz inform.i'll continue trying and,if worked,i'll inform u.


oh, right.. well, I'll release an update to this in the upcoming release.


but i think there should be some some methods to set the username and password in javabeans classes that u r using to retrieve from textfields and storing in DB.plz inform me how to call that method and which class it resides,i'll do the rest.


Yes, the code needs some refactoring to allow this. For now, you can try hack the code to use your users table. I'll think about how to make it easy to configure in jforum by default, but cannot say to you exactly when I'll have it done.


thanks refael..it's a great job u have done.actually all needed a forum similer to PHPBB in java.it's great..warm greetings and all the best wishes to u to make it greater than PHPBB.


Thank you so much

Rafael
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Thanks a lot raefel..i'll look forward as much as i can to use JForum.more questiens may follow..

Greetings again for ur wonderfull product.

shaba




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