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integrating Jforum on glassfish sever

 
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Hi everyone,

I want to integrate Jforum on my web app, I'm using glassfish 4 as a server, postgresql as database but I don't know how to install jforum on my intranet web app ( I want to have a section when the user click on this section he will be redirected to the forum transparently ) any idea please

thanks a lot
 
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JForum is a standard Java web app - you should have no problems taking its web.xml content and merging it into your web app. You can change its root URL while you do that, and then link to that from wherever you choose to.

What have you tried, and where are you stuck making progress?
 
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hi,
Thanks Ulf Dittmer for answering, what I did is : (following the instructions at http://jforum.net/install.jsp)
1- download Jforum.zip from http://jforum.net/download.jsp
2- I unzip the downloaded zip in my directory
when I want to deploy it on glassfish I get this error : Error during authorization java.lang.RuntimeException: java.lang.NullPointerException ( here I go the admin console of glassfish 4, I choose deployement--> deploy application to deploy Jforum).

thanks

 
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I don't think anyone could tell what's going on from that limited information.

I advise to get the latest JForum version from https://code.google.com/p/jforum2/ - lots of bug fixes and improvements in that one.
 
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