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I am trying to use JForum. I have Servlet Exec 5.0. So I want to know if JForum is supported by Servlet Exec. Thank you very much!
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Never tried or heard of someone running JForum under it.

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Wow... New Atlanta / ServletExec is still around.. I remember almost using them back before J2EE was finalized.. but we went with JRun (pre-Macromedia).

Anyway, out of curiosity I took a look at the current state.. It says they support all the required standards. So, unless they have any major bugs in their implementation (like JRun used to), it should work.

A quick look at the user manual seemed like it should be easy to set up the jforum web app. Just create the jforum web app directory somewhere and use the admin screen to point to it with a URL of /jforum (or whatever). Make sure this directory is readable by the id that SE is running under.
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Thank you very much for your quick reply.
We have a developed software running under New Atlanta / ServletExec. So I am thinking it is easy for me to test JForum under it without install Tomcat.
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