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I'm building a web application (a free online game in gwt) and I decide using jforum. SSO is done with tomcat realm.
But it's not enough, I'm looking for information to do this kind of integration:
- compute profile page and avatar url to use them in my application.
- send jforum private message from my application.
- adding edditable information on profile page.
- adding any kind of information on member list page.

- why not post new message/topic
or simply
- having several template: a classic one with web site menu, and tiny one to let user discuss in a little part of the page while working on the main application. In my application, users can play several game (from 3 to 10 players) and I wonder having a topic for every game.
-> ok this is going very far (too far ?)...

Finally what can I make without risk for future upgrade to jforum3.

I don't expect getting a full answer, but any pointer or feed back would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance

Vincent

[originally posted on jforum.net by Kroc]
 
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Well, you won't be able to do much of that in JForum2, because it does not have a public api. Simple as that. Sure, you can tweak the code yourself, but it would be hacks in the code. Sorry.

For JForum3, we are using JSP 2.1, so the templates from previous versions won't be compatible. The database is almost the same, on the other hand.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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