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Multiple forums on same jForum application server and DB possible ?

 
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Yes, of course. As long each instance of jforum is in its own webapps, you can use the same db and same application server.

However, what do you need more precisely? to share data between forums - eg, one jforum could see data from other jforums -, or just to have them in the same place, without conflicts?

Rafael
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Is it possible to run multiple forums( each on different websites) on the same jForum application server with the same DB ?
[originally posted on jforum.net by kenlohwh]
 
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Rafael Steil wrote:
However, what do you need more precisely? to share data between forums - eg, one jforum could see data from other jforums -, or just to have them in the same place, without conflicts?
Rafael


I am not kenlohwh, but I have similar requirements.
I have a number of sites.
I want to (from most to least important for me):
1. Share user list. The jforum login should work on any such site.
2. Have a completelly different look and feel on different sites. Templates may be different too.
3. If possible - share some boards between sites.

To share user list - the most imporatnt requirement.
[originally posted on jforum.net by Anonymous]
 
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