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nalla srinivas
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i want to use jforum.jar in my project so, i need to be include the jar file into maven repository so please tell me the solution
Ulf Dittmer
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Let's take a step back and ask what you mean by "use jforum.jar". Do you mean "use JForum"? Because JForum consists of a whole lof of jar files, jforum.jar just being the most obvious one.


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nalla srinivas
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i mean after creating war file, we can find the jforum.jar file inside of lib dierectory. now i want to integrate that jar fine into my project. so i need maven dependency to include that jar into my project path.
Ulf Dittmer
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Maybe this helps: https://code.google.com/p/jforum2/. It's a JForum 2 version that uses Maven as the build tool. I'm not aware that anyone has checked JForum into one of the public Maven repositories, though.
 
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