Yes offcouse by using profile link .But in my application we had removed the profile link because the user details are retrieved from other server by means of SSO so there is no possibility of uploading user avatar through profile link. [originally posted on jforum.net by rb68626]
That's what I meant in my first post. You can edit the profile form template to omit items coming via SSO (or display them R/O with a link to where they can be changed).
This would allow jforum specific things (like uploading an avatar) to be done via the jForum profile and SSO things done via the "SSO Application" (like changing password, names, and the like). [originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
OK, I think what you're saying is that each user already has a *single* Avatar image associated with them on the SSO information source.
The solution is to treat this as an external avatar and set it when you create the jForum user.
Most of the SSO examples make use of the SOUtils.register method to create the jForum user object. However, this only takes the name and e-mail address of the user. In your SSO implementation, you can basically duplicate this code and set any user information, like an external Avatar URL.
FWIW, if you're doing something like this and setting more user info, it's also a good ideal to add in the code to verify that the jForum user info matches the SSO info when authenticated. This allows for changes made in the SSO source to be visible in jForum. [originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
I am very sorry to trouble you .I think u din't get my question.
First Thing is image will be in SSO Server ,So while showing post/reply how to relate the user Image and his post/reply (There will be multiple reply with different user )so differnet image has to show with appropriate reply.
How i can relate the image and post/reply which is coming from two different application
Will it be possibe.Else should i want to store the user image in jforum table itself?
[originally posted on jforum.net by rb68626]
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