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How to list new forum via GUI

 
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Hi,

I am quit new to jforum.

I manage to install jforum-2.1.9 successfully in my local webapp ( Weblogic 12C )

I also manage to create users and groups but I was unable to create new forums (Forum menu -> Forum listing).

Someone have an idea why the "insert new forum" via GUI is not working ?

This look very straight forward

Thanks

 
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Are there any error messages in the logs?

If you're just starting with JForum, then you should not use 2.1.9 (it's obsolete), but the latest version from https://code.google.com/p/jforum2/.
 
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Thank you for referring me to JForum2

Is there a big different between jforum-2.3.5.war and jforum-2.1.9 ?

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JForum 2.3 has seen numerous bug and security fixes as well as new features. The page I pointed you to has the release notes, so you can judge for yourself whether that amounts to "big differences" in your mind. Given that JForum 2.1 is dead, the security fixes alone make it a no-brainer to use the newer version, IMO.
 
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