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When will 2.1.5 be relased?

 
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I'm really looking forward to the SSO implementation

When I use SSO, can I authenticate the users in my web application and have them automatically be authenticated in JForum?
And if so, where do I store the usernames? In my web app or JForum?

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Christer
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And I'm looking forward to allow users be moderator without being administrator.

Have been trying to grab the source from cvs without much success , just want to know if the functionality is already in cvs. I'm willing to deploy a beta version of it.

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cnordvik wrote:I'm really looking forward to the SSO implementation

When I use SSO, can I authenticate the users in my web application and have them automatically be authenticated in JForum?
And if so, where do I store the usernames? In my web app or JForum?

Cheers,
Christer



Yes, you can.

You store the information anywhere you want.

Rafael
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Great! I am really looking forward to the next release

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Any idea when 2.1.5 will be released? I want it
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I usually do not tell release dates because I simply don't know . It depends basically of the demand of my regular job.

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Hehe, can't you just whisper it? Only want to know if you think it will be 1-2 weeks or 1-2 months or more? If it takes >2 months then I will install the development versionm if not then I'll wait. Send me a private message and I won't tell anyone
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Install the development version then

Rafael
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