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Jforum rocks.......Thanks to all great dev team and forum supporters

When ever i try to repost within a short span of time, Jforum shows the following error message.

You cannot post a new message so soon. Please wait some time and try again.

and i see the URL as http://localhost:8080/jforum/

Does jforum redirect to this URL whenever there is any validation issue?

When i tried to have a single war with both main application and Jforum inside, i couldnt create topics,reply messages as Jforum is redirecting the user to this URL. Please let me know why this happens in case of single war alone? In double war it works fine.

[originally posted on by gregjhonson]
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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