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How to implement JForum to your own web site

 
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I installed JFORUM by itself and everything works fine! Except when I tried to installed this forum to my web site! Is there a way the JFORUM to a web site! If yes where are th documenttation. I don't have hours and hours to set up a forum because of the time wise. I need a quick answer. PLEAAAASE :?:
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Could you please be more clear and specific? I understood the part where you say that you get jforum running, but the rest...

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Rafael Steil wrote:Could you please be more clear and specific? I understood the part where you say that you get jforum running, but the rest...

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I have installed JFORUM by itself and it worked without problem. Now I want to installed the same forum in my own web application as a part of the application, none as the main application. Got get a look at www.nanogeneses.com and click on Community --> Forum and you will understand what I mean. I would like to installed the forum at this place as part of nanogeneses web site. Thank you very much for your time! I really appreciate your quick answer.
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I have installed JFORUM by itself and it worked without problem. Now I want to installed the same forum in my own web application as a part of the application, none as the main application. Got get a look at www.nanogeneses.com and click on Community --> Forum and you will understand what I mean. I would like to installed the forum at this place as part of nanogeneses web site. Thank you very much for your time! I really appreciate your quick answer.
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I have installed JFORUM by itself and it worked without problem. Now I want to installed the same forum in my own web application as a part of the application, none as the main application. Got get a look at www.nanogeneses.com and click on Community --> Forum and you will understand what I mean. I would like to installed the forum at this place as part of nanogeneses web site. Thank you very much for your time! I really appreciate your quick answer.
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I have installed JFORUM by itself and it worked without problem. Now I want to installed the same forum in my own web application as a part of the application, none as the main application. Got get a look at www.nanogeneses.com and click on Community --> Forum and you will understand what I mean. I would like to installed the forum at this place as part of nanogeneses web site. Thank you very much for your time! I really appreciate your quick answer.
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Ok, I'm pasting here the reply I sent to you via email:

Hi,

all you have to do is to merge jforum's web.xml with your web.xml. Currently it's not possible to put JForum under a specific directory, so you will have to add the structure to your root directory - for example, you will have to put the directory "templates", "images", and others in the root dir of your main context.
We want to support a more personalized installation in the future.

Rafael

[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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