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can i use my own database for login

Panjab Shelke
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Hi,

i am created one application there user can register and use application. i want to use jforum application for forum but i have one problem i want to use my registration database of the user not jforum registration. can we do this. . . .



Thanks in advance.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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I think os. JForum provides a SSO interface. It has methods to authenticate a user and check if a session is valid. You could use your database lookup to allow user login.


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Panjab Shelke
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Joined: Mar 15, 2013
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Hi,

what is sso interface?

which file has authenticate method. (if i give same session id to my application then it work or not).
Jeanne Boyarsky
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SSO.java is a class (interface) in JForum.
 
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