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I just got JForum 2.1.4 up and running my machine and when I try to register a user or login using the Admin account, I get the following:



My config is:
Win XP Home
JBoss 4.0.1
JForum 2.1.4
Java 1.5.0
MySQL 4.1

Something worth mentioning: I did have some issues installing and had to do the manual/no wizard install, and it then it ran fine.

Any ideas?
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Looks like you have a conflicting version of Jakarta's commons-fileupload. JForum ships with version 1.1.-dev, while many people uses version 1.0.

The only way to fix that in version 2.1.4 is to hack into the source. Version 2.1.5 (still in development) has a workaround for this issue.

Rafael
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Rafael Steil wrote:Looks like you have a conflicting version of Jakarta's commons-fileupload. JForum ships with version 1.1.-dev, while many people uses version 1.0.

The only way to fix that in version 2.1.4 is to hack into the source. Version 2.1.5 (still in development) has a workaround for this issue.

Rafael



Thanks for the advice.

I got it working fine now... for all those using JBoss and might come across the same problem, I did the following:
Deleted all the WAR files I had from development work, including JForum.
Deleted all of the tmp contents.
Started JBoss.
Ran the ant build script via Eclipse.

Now everything's running smoothly. Thanks Rafael... I'm loving the Forum
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Anonymous wrote:

Rafael Steil wrote:Looks like you have a conflicting version of Jakarta's commons-fileupload. JForum ships with version 1.1.-dev, while many people uses version 1.0.

The only way to fix that in version 2.1.4 is to hack into the source. Version 2.1.5 (still in development) has a workaround for this issue.

Rafael



Thanks for the advice.

I got it working fine now... for all those using JBoss and might come across the same problem, I did the following:
Deleted all the WAR files I had from development work, including JForum.
Deleted all of the tmp contents.
Started JBoss.
Ran the ant build script via Eclipse.

Now everything's running smoothly. Thanks Rafael... I'm loving the Forum



The above anonymous post was from me... forgot to login.
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Greatto hear it

Rafael
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