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Hello all,

I have JForum in Jbuilder to edit some things. But it seems that JForum gets his files where I can't find them. I have changed almost every file to see if JForum crash but he keeps on running (which is great). But now I don't know where JForum keeps his files.

Does anyone know which files where to put in Jbuilder, so I can edit JForum.

Thanx in advance,

Henk
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Sorry but I was forget to mention this. Where most I place my .java files or where does JForum finds the .java files.

Which class is responsible for the login. I have changed almost everything but JForum keeps working.

I really need answers.

Thnx,

Henk
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The login is handled by src/net/jforum/view/forum/UserAction.java, method validateLogin().

The front controller is src/net/jforum/JForum.java

Rafael
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