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Hello,
Initially, we conform the JForm which is regarded an independent module with our recently Existent website,
Secondly�?�we adopt the method of 'Delegating the Authentication' which is involved in the Website http://www.jforum.net/confluence/display/integration/Overview.
Utilizing LDAP to validate the people log on, and we achieve the target,Moreover it is better to log on the JForm.
However, hopefully that the user can log on to the JForm directly,
but not needed to type in the user's name and password again when enter the forum.
Where do we need to change the code?
Thanks for your help,
Bear.

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Anyone here?!~Rafael?
Ahhhhhh........help!~~
Give me same idea please...

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In SystemGlobals.properties / jforum-custom.conf, change the value of authentication.type to "sso"

If you want to debug, take a look in the class ControllerUtils.java

Rafael
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That's OK....Thank you~
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