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javaman wrote:Hi,Rafael Steil,
First,i salute u and your great jforum,it is just wonderful.i like it,but i need your help.my questions as follows:
i will integrate the JForum into my web site such as http://www.***.com . U Know it is not a real site, just a example.The JForum is wanted as a son-system of my site like this style: http://www.***.com/JForum . Take the site http://www.jforum.net as a example, you can find when you click the "community" ,we access the forum,and the address is http://www.jforum.net/forums/list.page .I copy the "JFORUM" file to "webapps/***" file ,we can find this file style:webapps/***/JForum. BUT when i enter http://www.***.com/JForum ,u may guess what happen.yeah,right,it does not work.
i need your help ,please.
Wish all the best!

PS: my english is poor, i wish u can understand what i want to express!


What app server are you using? Have you created a jk_worker file to redirect your web requests to the app server?

Try sticking the port number in your URL to see if that works (i.e. http://www.***.com:8080/JForum).

Does your JForum install work at all (without the web site involvement)?
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URLs are usually case sensitive. So these are not the same:

/jforum
/JForum
/JFORUM

Check the name of the WAR file you deployed in the Webapps folder. The URL will probably match. e.g.:

jforum.war -> /jforum
JForum.war -> /JForum
JFORUM.war -> /JFORUM
[originally posted on jforum.net by jbanes]
 
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Hi,Rafael Steil,
First,i salute u and your great jforum,it is just wonderful.i like it,but i need your help.my questions as follows:
i will integrate the JForum into my web site such as http://www.***.com . U Know it is not a real site, just a example.The JForum is wanted as a son-system of my site like this style: http://www.***.com/JForum . Take the site http://www.jforum.net as a example, you can find when you click the "community" ,we access the forum,and the address is http://www.jforum.net/forums/list.page .I copy the "JFORUM" file to "webapps/***" file ,we can find this file style:webapps/***/JForum. BUT when i enter http://www.***.com/JForum ,u may guess what happen.yeah,right,it does not work.
i need your help ,please.
Wish all the best!

PS: my english is poor, i wish u can understand what i want to express!

[originally posted on jforum.net by javaman]
 
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