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Suddenly we got this error while starting JForum:

Probably the value is null, but we haven't had this problem before :s So I don't understand it :s
[originally posted on by jeetn]
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Never mind. Was caching problem. Restarting JForum solved the problem.
[originally posted on by jeetn]
Chesley Ye

Joined: Aug 04, 2013
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I also encountered this issue in my website, I found that it's caused by the InstallServlet, if you access the install url in the installed forum, then the issue will be reproducible. In my website, I didn't remove the InstallServlet, sometimes maybe the install url access by search engines, then I got the error. So just remove the InstallServlet after installed jforum. Hope my message can help if someone got the same issue.
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Thanks for posting that! It will be a big help to others in the future.

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