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Doug Lee

Joined: Jul 31, 2012
Posts: 3


I have been trying to integrate JForum into my webapp in the past few weeks...

the product/application itself looks pretty mature and stable in my opinion. however, I've noticed that all links to help are broken (e.g.

this gives me some hard time in trying to understand the design of the product so that I can interfere some components like SSO, DB connection handling and stuff like this which I already have in my webapp...

is there any reference to documentation of the product ? even for older versions would be useful...

Dog Lee.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Welcome to CodeRanch Doug!

As Ulf notes, we didn't see much documentation even when the links were up. Luckily we are developers and read code.

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