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What does "register the JForum application within your Servlet Container" mean, how do I do it or where can I find a description ?

I'm running MySQL, JDBC, Tomcat, Apache, Postfix, Mailman etc. under OS X on a couple of headless Mac Mini servers, but I've never come across that instruction and can't find an answer Googling or searching.

I can't wait to find out what the answer is as I'll probably be kicking myself once I get it !

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For Tomcat/Apache, this probably means one of the following:

1) Create a jforum directory under your webapps directory with the jforum distro init and update your Apache config to find this.

2) If you are merging it with an existing web application, you will need to add in the stuff from jforum's web.xml with the existing apps. (and fit the jforum classes/files into it).
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