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Hi,

I have been trying to integrate JForum into my webapp in the past few weeks...

the product/application itself looks pretty mature and stable in my opinion. however, I've noticed that all links to help are broken (e.g. http://www.jforum.net/help.htm)

this gives me some hard time in trying to understand the design of the product so that I can interfere some components like SSO, DB connection handling and stuff like this which I already have in my webapp...

is there any reference to documentation of the product ? even for older versions would be useful...

thanks,
Dog Lee.
 
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Welcome to CodeRanch Doug!

As Ulf notes, we didn't see much documentation even when the links were up. Luckily we are developers and read code.
 
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