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Really need separate database for JFORUM tables?

 
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Hi,

We are planning to integrate the JFORUM application with our existing web application and plan to use features for single sign-on? Do the JFORUM tables need to be in a separate database of their own or would it be ok if the tables are in our existing database (since they have names that distinguish them anyway)? Thanks.

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You can use your existing database without any problem.

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