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I have installed jforum on jboss 4.0.1-sp1 and 3.2.5 (after fiddling with the hsqldb librarys and scripts) on win2k without issue. When I try to install into our "production" environment I'm getting "This function is not supported" back from hsqldb. Platform wise I'm on solaris 9 instead of win2k but the jdk (1.4.2_06) and jforum versions are the same. I am currently using a datasource to get to the database. Anyone have any ideas?

Another thing that popped up on the move from windows to unix was that the initial "welcome" message for jforum wasn't coming up. I noticed that the dao.driver was pointing at mysql's driver so I changed that to the hsqldb one and the posting magically appeared.


And finally I tried to isntall jforum on the lastest version of jboss portal, the install page seemed to come up without issue but the main forum pages didn't. I was getting a 404 error, so I looked at the url mapping but that didn't seem to be it. I removed the portal files but that didn't help. I'm not running portal so it doesn't matter but I thought you guys might want to know.
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Oh and the hsqldb version is 1.8.0 I think. Jboss 3.2.5 had a 1.7 version but I "upgraded" it using the libraries from Jboss 4.0.1-sp1 and after re-working the script files it worked, at least on windows.
[originally posted on jforum.net by erehwon]
 
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