thommie
  •  thommie
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2009-08-13T16:51:14Z
Hi

I want to use a forum on my site and found YAF. How do i integrate YAF with my site when i use Nhibernate and custom classes for login to the site. I want the users to get logged into the forum when they login to the site.

And can i change the theme and size to get it to fit to my page?

The most urgent question is how i do integrate the login with my site and YAF, how does the process look like? have anyone done this with cusom classes and nhibernate login + yaf?

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thommie
  •  thommie
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2009-09-08T12:27:23Z
I want to use a forum on my site and found YAF. How do i integrate YAF with my site when i use Nhibernate and custom classes for login to the site. I want the users to get logged into the forum when they login to the site.


anyone? please!
Jaben
  •  Jaben
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2009-09-08T12:37:14Z
You'd have to make your own custom membership and role provider with nHibernate.
thommie
  •  thommie
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2009-11-01T14:36:19Z
but i already have roles and user classes. and the site is up and running. How do i use YAF with nhibernate? where is the code i have to change in YAF?
so that when the users login (current loginsystem whith nhibernate) they can use the forum whitout to register for an seperate account in YAF
coldapoy
2009-12-28T02:14:04Z
I'm not pretty sure if this is the right thread to post or i have to make a new one... but the purpose is almost the same..

I am also planning to integrate YAF to my site and i can't find the perfect and complete instructions on how? can anyone of you good guys help me out?

Thanks and more power...

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