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An entry is added to jforum_users and another to jforum_user_groups!

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Hello everybody,

whenever a new user registers himself, which tables are updated in the database.

eg: jforum_users etc....





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Thank u rafael

Now i think i will be able make changes to the registration page of the JForum for my company.
Since i am trying to make single log on using the windows NT authontication some of the fields in the regestration page are not required. So i am building a jsp page in which only two fields will be shown "email id" and "name".

Then using ldap calls the user is authenticated and regesterd into the forum.

Any way u r information is very useful for me.

Thank u once again

Blutopaz_stein

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That's excellent. When you get it working, I would like to hear from you how was the LDAP integration using the SSO interfaces from JForum. I want to provide some kind of LDAP support in JForum, but currently I don't know much about it neither do I have access to any LDAP server.

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Hello rafael

When it works i would like to give u the code.
I have already cooked some code and i hope it will work soon as a whole.

Any way thanks for the guidence.

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