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Integration of jForum into other project

 
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Hello,

I need to integrate jForum into another java web application.
For login, no problem with SSO feature.
But I would like to have a clear structure in all directories of my application, and I would like to put every templates/images/... into one specific directory; by example a sub-directory named 'jForum' ...
Is there some feature in jForum to do this easily without modifying anything in the source code?

Thank you in advance for any suggestions.
[originally posted on jforum.net by kikipopol]
 
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There is no easy way to put JForum under a simple directory so far, as it would require some changes to the navigation hierachy, including path changes in all .htm files, as well some massive Action testing.

In other words, unless you are able to spent some big time working on that, you better to use the common setup - aka, all jforum data starts from the root directory.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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