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SSO in production?

 
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I'm interested in finding out if anyone is using the source in the CVS repositary in a production environment?

We'd like to use the new SSO code extensions, but when we looked at the CVS codebase back in September it was too unstable for our production
environment.

Alternatively, has anyone grafted the SSO code into the 2.1.4 release?

Thanks in advance...


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I use SSO (2.1.5) on a site that I'm developing. JForum is nicely embedded wihtin the app. and was a just a case of writing a single class, modding a couple of other classes and a config file - nice

I had a long hard look at all the main (free) Java based forums before going for JForum and decieded on it because of the nicely written code

I know some sites are using it to support forums with many tens od thousands of members and huindreds of online users so it seems to scaleup well too - wether they use SSO or not I dunno - but it's so easy to setup they'd be fools not to. ;)

Also 2.1.5 has more features thant 2.1.4 and has been very stable on my system since it was installed. I did read 2.1.5 will be a production release but what's wrong with CVS?





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Thanks for the feedback Anonymous. Based on what you've said, we'll give the CVS version a try.

It seemed pretty shaky back in September, but it sounds as though it's come a ways since then...
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