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How to develop forums using jsp servlets

 
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can i get already developed code in jsp and servlets(using mvc2)???
can any one give me suggestion's reg. this issue??
i want some ideas for developing this forums...



thanx in advance



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I still like PhpBB as the best forum software. As for ideas for this forum, you can read about...

here (found it!)....

http://faq.javaranch.com/view?NewForumSoftware

JavaRanch itself is long overdue for a change, when it will happen, who knows...
 
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ok, atleast tell me ...shoud i need to use db for storing the forum data...
or should i sae the data inside the html(jsp) page???


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You can store posts in a database (as, for example, mvnForum does) or you can store them in flat files (as, for example, UBB does.) You can store posts as plain text, or as HTML, or as XML, or... it's entirely up to you.

My advice is, by the way, to first look at all the available Java forum software first. If you find an open-source one that's close to what you need, but not quite, then volunteer and fix it. Writing a useable forum package from scratch is a large undertaking, and writing a good one is even harder. Don't waste your time reinventing the wheel.
 
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Thanks Mr Ernest ...
r ur suggestions ...
your words really boosting me...
but i dont know the java forums
can i get radymade api for developing java forums



please help me out sir,...
thanx in advance



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Check jforum.

Download it and disploy it. It's OpenSouce.

Still if you want to develop, download the source code and understand the design.
[ December 09, 2005: Message edited by: Chetan Parekh ]
 
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thanx chetan for providing a wonderful site...

thanks....
 
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hi,chetan can i get similar kind of webapplication for javamail...???
 
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