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Rafael,

How difficult will it be to just disable the log-in? have just launched a new website and I would like to let my visitors post without login and then integrate login with my register funtion on the website as the traffic grows on a future date? Also, will it be easier to disable the log-in vs. integrating with my existing log-in/register feature?

Thank you for your help.

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To disable the login eh easy, just give the "anonymous posts" permission in the Permission Control ( Group Management, in the Admin ). If you also doesn't wants to allow the user to register or login at all, just remove the respective html from the templates.

To integrate jforum with your system may be hard or may be easy. All depends of how is the architecture of your system. You'll need to change a bit of jforum's code ( more precisely, in the front controller - JForum.java ).

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Where do you check the password of the user? I can't find the code.
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net.jforum.view.forum.UserVH, method validateLogin()

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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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