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hi;
in the installation procedure there is an option to determine the forum access URL.
i entered host:port/forum and the installation was ok. the myname.conf file 'forum.link' field was updates but when trying to load the forum from this URL, an HTTP error 404 occoured.

i can only access the forum using "hostname:port/forum_directory_name" (like a servlet with no mapping)
is this the way it should be? isnt the "insert forum URL" install option modifying the mapping to the main servlet?

i am using version 2.0.2 and mysql.
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hi;
did i missunderstood something here? i can really use you help on this.
why is the forum.link property not making a difference?

also, if i change the jforum application root directory name from jforum<version> to forum. i can access it with the context forum (as i expect with tomcat) but an extra folder called jforum<version> is created with a folder named 'work' inside.
why is that?
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gkatz wrote:hi;
in the installation procedure there is an option to determine the forum access URL.
i entered host:port/forum and the installation was ok. the myname.conf file 'forum.link' field was updates but when trying to load the forum from this URL, an HTTP error 404 occoured.



The "Forum Link" is only a static value used for jforum to use here and there ( specially in emais sent to users ). You should provide the correct forum.link, since jforum only uses the specified value.

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gkatz wrote:hi;
did i missunderstood something here? i can really use you help on this.
why is the forum.link property not making a difference?



As mentioned in the previous post by mine, jforum will not try to make anything to forum.link except to use the specified value in some places. In other words, you should set its value to the url where the jforum's installation is running.

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also, if i change the jforum application root directory name from jforum<version> to forum. i can access it with the context forum (as i expect with tomcat) but an extra folder called jforum<version> is created with a folder named 'work' inside.
why is that?



The "work" directory is managed internally by Tomcat; it's not related to jforum at all

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