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Help with integrating JForum

 
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Hi guys,

Can somebody help me with integrating JForum with my project. It is an existing tomcat project in eclipse IDE.
How do i go about integrating JForums. Say, suppose i run my application and on the index.jsp page i have a link to the forum, i should be able to access the forums.
I don't want to deploy two seperate projects i.e one for jforum and the other for my application and access the forums.

If somebody has integrated JForum in their application please help me with the exact things i need to configure.
 
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JForum consists of a servlet and a few servlet filters - you can configure those for any path inside your web app that is convenient.

Have you gotten JForum to run as a separate web app yet? If not, that should be the first step.
 
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Ulf,

I have done it successfully.

What needs to be done next, What all paths do i need to configure and where..?

Thanks.
 
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It's all done in the web.xml file - check the servlet and filter mappings in there.
 
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