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JForum 2.1 released

 
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JForum team is glad to announce the release of version 2.1 of the JForum Project. For release notes, downloading, installing and upgrading, plese acces one of the following links:

:arrow: Download - http://www.jforum.net/download.jsp
:arrow: Installation - http://www.jforum.net/install.jsp
:arrow: Upgrading from version 2.0.2 - http://www.jforum.net/upgrading.htm
:arrow: Release Notes - http://www.jforum.net/release-notes.htm

Please give feedback about this release! It helps to improve the JForum.

Rafael
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Looks very good Just had one problem.

When I rate a message I get the error:

An error has ocurred. For detailed stack trace, please see the page's source code.
Unknown column 'rate_date' in 'field list'



I used the GUI installation wizard so the DB script should be OK. I threw away all my old versions and had a blank database, so any idea what's going wrong? Is there something wrong with the db script? I downloaded and installed the version 3-4 days ago so it should be fairly up to date

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Which database? postgresql?

Rafael
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mysql 4.1.
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The file WEB-INF/config/database/mysql/mysql_db_struct.sql is correct, the the one used in the installer not. You can run the following query:



Howver, we've found some problems with version 2.1.x, so I'm going to release JForum 2.1.3 in the next few hours. So, if you don't have anything important, you may want to wait and install the latest version.

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upgrade ok
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Hi all,

I installed the last version and I got this message:

HTTP Status 404/-/jforum/

desc: The requested resource(/jforum/) is not avalaible

thanks

Matt
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Hi i have the same problem as Matt in installation. Somehow it cannot find the installation file.

http://forum.registerevent.com/install/install.page?module=install&action=welcome

Error Message : The Page cannot be found.

Please help.
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nice web site!
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Anonymous wrote:Hi i have the same problem as Matt in installation. Somehow it cannot find the installation file.

http://forum.registerevent.com/install/install.page?module=install&action=welcome

Error Message : The Page cannot be found.

Please help.



You should map *.page to point to Tomcat (mod_jk configuration .. if you're using some external server from some hosting company, ask them to configure it for you, if you don't have access to the Apache server configuration files)

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