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Hello everyone;

Firstly i'm very pleased to reach this forum and trying to read all articles. I have little bit confusing configuration down here with Jforum.
I have a portal, which sends me correct user in request.getRemoteUser, and
when i got the user by remoteUser, i must check his rights in my ldap process. (it's ok also, i already managed it). i implemented a new class net.jforum.sso.MyClass, then i'm checking the user rights.
If the user is administrator in my ldap directory, i want to put this user in the right group on Jforum. (Administrator group).
I have seen that i can change on database with jforum_user_groups , but i suppose that there is already a class or a fonction to do that.
Thanks in advance for your help;


[originally posted on jforum.net by aykun_z]
 
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Hi, I need to do what your doing but Im kind of confuse and don't understand how do I use the LDAP option. Can you help me?
[originally posted on jforum.net by andresg_8]
 
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You can use the GroupDAO to handle the groups:



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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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