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I am trying to install JForum in Oracle 10g Application server. but not able to install properly.

 
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Hi,
i am trying to install JForum in Oracle 10g Application server. i made the zip file as a war file and then deployed. After deployment its giving the fillowing errors

Error(778,17): method deleteTopic(int, int) not found in class net.jforum.view.forum.common.TopicsCommon

Error(112,42): cannot access class oracle.sql.BLOB; file oracle\sql\BLOB.class not found

Error(113,18): duplicate definition of variable blobWriter in method writeBlobUTF16BinaryStream(java.lang.String, int, java.lang.String)

I am not sure even that do thid JForum works in Oracle 10g Application server or not?

Please give me solution for that. its urgent.

Thanks and regards,
Dhananjay
[originally posted on jforum.net by Anonymous]
 
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JForum does not support Oracle properly - only partial support is done, and we need people to help finishing it

Rafael
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