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Setup JForum with Jboss

 
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I want to setup JForum with using mysql or hsqldb database in JBoss. How can I configurate it? I try to follow the manual installation instruction. It seems didn't work. Please tell him how to set it up.

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When I go to this link "http://localhost:8080/jforum/install/install.page?module=install&action=welcome"; My Browser only display "HTTP Status 404 -/jforum/install/install.page". When I check on the file location, I didn't see the folder name "install". Please tell me what happen. Thanks

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loandna wrote:When I go to this link "http://localhost:8080/jforum/install/install.page?module=install&action=welcome"; My Browser only display "HTTP Status 404 -/jforum/install/install.page". When I check on the file location, I didn't see the folder name "install". Please tell me what happen. Thanks



What do you see if you hit http://localhost:8080/jforum?

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"HTTP Status 404 -jforum/install/install.page"

But after I download JForum-2.1.6 from another location. I can see the installation page, but it display JForm-2.1.6.

I think couple locations have verion of JForum-2.1.6. That's why I can't install in it.
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It display JForum-2.1.5
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(edit again take 2)...it sounds like the zipped download gave some folk problems in this thread:

https://coderanch.com/t/575942

...you might try to download again...I am in the process of installing that to check myself. The above thread also mentions the version mis-labeling.

sorry for all the re-edits!
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ok I downloaded just now from here:

http://www.jforum.net/download.jsp

...and was able to install even tho there was no install/ directory that apparent comes with the archive file. your earlier issue may have been from missing this step:

Remove the line "install = net.jforum.view.install.InstallAction" from the file WEB-INF/config/modulesMapping.properties

...when following the manual instructions.

today's download does say v2.1.5 even tho it's really 2.1.6

...you should do a search on jforum for jboss, someone has recently posted on that. I found that the tomcat that comes with jboss was a bit different from what I know. Do you have any insight?
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Again, there isn't an "install" directory after you unzip the files.

With JBoss, what I do is unzip the jforum-xxx.zip file into a different dir than the JBoss deploy dir. I rename the jforum-xxx dir to jforum.war.

Then copy or move the jforum.war directory to the $JBOSS_INSTALL_PATH/server/default/deploy directory. JBoss will deploy it from there.

Sometimes you will need to "touch" the jforum.war/WEB-INF/web.xml to refresh the date/time so JBoss will redeploy the files.

Then load your browser and hit http://your-server-name:8080/jforum to start the install.

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