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Re: Howto integrate FUDforum in egroupware 1.6+ [message #160836 is a reply to message #160833] Tue, 27 October 2009 04:44 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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naudefj wrote on Mon, 26 October 2009 11:49
What level of integration is required (not sure how it was done previously)?

How are other apps integrated with egroupware? Is there a set of hooks that can be used for the integration?

Where will userid's be stored (FUDforum's DB, egroupware's DB or both)?


Dear naudefj,
thanks for your reply.

Here is a tentative list of requirements.
- FUDForum should authenticate users using egroupware's mechanism
- FUDForum should be able to use existing egroupware's user groups

- FUDForum should be used as an egroupware application in the sense that it should appear "inside" egw, accessible through a menu item
- the EGW administrator should be able to install/uninstall FUDForum
- the EGW administrator should be able to acticate/deactivate FUDForum globally
- the EGW administrator should be able to enable/disable FUDForum for certain groups/users
- FUDForum should user EGW SMTP configuration for sending email notifications


I would leave out integration of the authorization mechanisms, as it may be problematic.

The integration with other apps may be weak or null.

Egroupware should be the main application, that is, userid's will be stored in egroupware's DB (maybe both?)
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