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Yes, but each jforum webapp will have to have a separate catalog or database area in the MySQL server. Note that without some sort of SSO implementation, the users, etc will be separate for each webapp.
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Thanks for that
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Hi

Is it possible to have several completely different forums on the same website all using the same mysql database or would this cause conflict? Any advice would be appreciated.
Many thanks
Gav
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