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Hello everyone!

I got a pretty stupid question. A new topic was created in one of the forums. Then it was moved to another one by the admin. The next step - the topic was deleted. The problem: in the "old" forum, where the topic was initially created, there is still a link which shows to "nirvana" - to the topic that no more exists. How could I remove this link?

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Another question - how can I assign a post (it is a thread opening post) to another user so that the user's name would be seen as an author of that post? I changed the user_id in jforum_posts and jforum_topics, but it looks like it was unsufficient.

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about your second inquiry: have you 'restarted' the application after the changes? It may be that these infos are being kept in cache too... so that may be why you see them still with the old user_id ...
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Aehm... well... No, I didn't. The funny thing is that the new author is shown correctly in post/list, but I still see the old author in forums/show.
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You can try the various clear cache options in the admin control panel. These work with varying levels of correctness (but don't break anything).
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Hi all,

Once again, a question concerning the changing of the Post author. I changed the user_id in jforum_posts and jforum_topics. In the thread I see now the new author of the post, but not in category or forum view. I know, this will be shown correct after the JBoss restart. My question: is it possible to synchronize the forum without restarting the JBoss?

Many thanks in advance.

August
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