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Ol�,

Implementei a classe SSO de forma que meu login possa se integrar ao do f�rum, por�m, gostaria de saber se existe uma forma de bloquear postagens an�nimas, ou seja, postagens de usu�rios que n�o efetuaram o login em minha aplica��o.

Algu�m tem alguma dica? Isso � configuravel?

Obrigado!

Rodrigo.
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No offense, but - as you might have noticed - the language in the support forum is English ... so that most ppl are able to read, contribute and get informations from it ...

Oder w�re es dir lieber, wenn ich in meiner Muttersprache schreiben w�rde?

I'd be kind if you could repost your message in English language please. Otherwise only few ppl would ever be able to help, and even less will find valuable informations from it ..

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Sorry!

I do not want to cause problems� but my english isn't good! :lol:

I wonder if it is possible don't allow anonymous posts on my forum, since I implemented the SSO class to integrate login of the forum with my application.


if the user will be "ANONYMOUS_USER_ID" then I do not want to let him post!

How this is possible? I need to configure some file?

Once again, excuse the post in portuguese language...

Please help me! since already I am very thankful!

Bye!

Rodrigo




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Yes you can, and you dont even have to program for that ;)

You can configure the permissions of "general" group. This is where "anonymous user" is linked to.

There you'll find several entries about reading, posting, anonymous posting, ... you can give anonymous users the rights you want them to have

The entry you may look for in special is:
Anonymous Posts
Deny anonymous posts

There you have to mark all forums where the anonymous user will not be allowed to write to ...

I hope I could help you
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I understood�

But, isn't possible to configure this in the file so the "admin user" doesn't change ?

Tank's!

Rodrigo
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Hi...

To be more accurate, which field in the data base(colum) must be changed
so that the "anonymous user" doesn't insert posts in the my forum?

Tank's...

Rodrigo
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Satisfied! Thank you!


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