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Hi,

I currently working on a protal and I want to integrate a forum (JForum) in it.
I want to know if you provide a remote api of your internal services, a kind of HttpInvokerServiceExporter (from spring), that allows to create new topic, message, user .... from an external application.

Thank you.

Fred.
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I'm working on that . It will take some time yet to get done.

Rafael
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Thank you Rafael,

We plan, with my team, to release our portal at the end of september and the forum is very important part of it.
The forum implementation we will chooss should have basis forum features but also sso and remote api.

I'm currently working with the sources from your cvs head, and I try to itegrate the sso.

Do you ever plan a release date for these 2 feautures ?

Thank you.

Fred
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SSO will be released before the API, since this last one is part of a major refactoring I'm doing.

Rafael
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