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I would see the captcha is too hard to guess. I succeeded in the third try :)
I hate how this Jboss forum doesn't allow you to edit your posts and doesn't sort the drop-down menus in the search screen. horrible.
http://alpha.seamframework.org:9999/ is not working. Is the server down?
It's working for me :)
The hibernate.org forum has a good credit point system feature, can we also have that feature in seamframework.org forum to motivate others to answer questions?
Thanks in advance.
It worked from home this morning but not from office. Not sure why, possibly it's blocked but simply getting "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" with IE7 and "Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at alpha.seamframework.org:9999" with Firefox. Possible firewall issue not sure.
If I navigate to http://alpha.seamframework.org/ from work I see the equivalent to the in.relation.to home page...
When I ping alpha.seamframework.org from work, I get 188.8.131.52 response as the IP. When I ping alpha.seamframework.org:9999, I get 'ping request could not find host'.
Is there an alternative way to access this site???
No, it's on port 9999 for now. Company security policies that filter outgoing TCP connections by port are stupid.
Where can I find the code for the new Seam Forums?
How can I plug this into an existing application?
I have an inventory management system based on Seam 2.0 and I would love to add a built in discussion forum for this application.
It's in CVS in examples/wiki/. However, I doubt that you can take any piece out of that and just plug it into another application.
How about including the whole thing and only exposing the forum inside my layout?
I would like to attempt this. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
I can't figure out whether it uses Richfaces or Icefaces? Does anyone know?
Thanks in advance
I need a BB system too and if this isn't plugable then I will have to write my own. And that sounds silly.
Probably the right thing to do anyhow as I want to use my own users credentials...
Having complex parts of Seam applications pluggable would be fantastic.
I also like to see best practices on building larger applications based on smaller reusable modules.
Wouldn't it rock to be able to include seam-forum.jar and wire it up with components.xml into custom applications.
I already use seam security. I would just control access and users from there.
From a easily reusable example I can see other building their own and sharing.
Imagine a webmail frontend, chat interface, calendar.
My current application is also one big ear with one jar that contains all of my custom code.
I would love to break my own application up in this way. Does anyone have any advice or best practices references?