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FUDForum and integration / embedding [message #25940] Sun, 26 June 2005 11:09 Go to previous message
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I'm from the Gallery (G2) project and we've developed a way to integrate G2 with other applications (portals, CMS, forums, ...).

We're quite happy with our solution, but I'd still be curious how you integrated FUDForum in Egroupware.
- Do you share a single user / group database table or does each application have its own user / group tables? We went with the latter approach after experimenting with the former.
- How do you embed FUDForm visually in Egroupware? In G2, we can switch between outputting directly or returning HTML. When embedded, we return HTML and the other application can put that HTML is one of its templates. If this wasn't possible, one could also use output buffering, with the drawback of a larger memory footprint.
- How are users authorized in embedded FUDForum? Did you replace some session code, do you still use your own session cookies? In G2, we still use our own session cookies and the other application just tells us who's logged in at the moment.
- When FUDForum is embedded in Egroupware, can you still access it in standalone?
- Is FUDForum in Egroupware a fork or does it require a patch to work in Egroupware?

- Andy

[Updated on: Sun, 26 June 2005 11:09]

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