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Hi people!!!
I really want to use this forum, but I have to edit some features.
The problem is the following: How do I develop the forum as a Websphere 5.12 module (inside a project), because I need to test it with my whole project and of course, eith the WAS(websphere application server). My idea is to build a site wth a forum, and I have to deploy the whole project.
Please help me!!!


Greetings..Mariojulio(the JAVA man)
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I have no idea.. I use Eclipse and Tomcat for development.

Rafael
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Hi!

How to open JForum as Eclipse project, and after export and deploy into Tomcat?

Thanks

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If you get the code from cvs, there are all eclipse settings there.

To deploy to Tomcat, just configure the context path to point to your project dir.

Rafael
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