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Using JForum user management in other applications

 
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Hi,

I recently added JForum to my site. I changed my application so it uses the JForum user tables, and I can log in to my application with the JForum username/passwd now.

What I can't figure out is how to use JForums user management, in order to take advantage of cookies etc. So basically, if a user checked "Log me on automatically each visit", I would like to log them in into my application automatically as well.

I could not find this in the integration docs, and simply calling SessionFacade.getUserSession().getUserId() without any initialization gives me a nullPointerException.

Any help would be appreciated!

Jasper
[originally posted on jforum.net by jhammink]
 
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