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hi sir ,
i got error when i integrate jforum in my application.
please give me step by step procedure how to integrate jforum in my struts2+spring+hibernate application.
thanks in advance....
 
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krishna sudha wrote:I got error when i integrate jforum in my application.


Welcome to CodeRanch! Please see TellTheDetails for why this isn't enough information to be helpful and what to provide instead.

krishna sudha wrote:please give me step by step procedure how to integrate jforum in my struts2+spring+hibernate application.


JForum is an application on its own. You can deploy the war without "integrating". Or copy the war into your ear. Again, please be more specific about what the question is.
 
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hi sir,
i would like to use jforum in my project for discussions.
whenever i register with my project it will automatically registered with jforum and conncected to it.
for this how can i use jforum in my project.
please give me step by step procedure.
 
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krishna sudha wrote:hi sir,
please give me step by step procedure.


First, two general tips for posting on the internet.
  • "sir" is not a gender-neutral word While I let it go in the first post, I'm not this time. Using "sir" implies I shouldn't reply because I am female. (And it isn't so great in the first post either.)
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  • You might omit the requests for a step by step procedure. You are getting advice and ideas here not a list like "1) Type "rm foo", "start server", etc



  • krishna sudha wrote:i would like to use jforum in my project for discussions.
    whenever i register with my project it will automatically registered with jforum and conncected to it.


    Now, back to your question. "Automatically registered" doesn't mean more to me than "integrated." It still sounds like you want to have a forum in your app. Which is good. And you still have two choices: a standalone app or including it in your ear as a war (or copy/paste.) Are you looking for any other integration? Shared logon? Automatic posting when something happens?
     
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