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  • #16
    Originally posted by SaN-DeeP View Post
    alternative is to use amember from www.amember.com
    Have you used in integrating vB & Joomla in a live production environment?
    You're spending millions of dollars on a website?!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by SaN-DeeP View Post
      Its worth the money for joomla powered sites who further seek a very good forum software
      I guess there has been an ongoing feud between joomla and VBulletin?
      Originally posted by simsim View Post
      Have you used in integrating vB & Joomla in a live production environment?
      ^^^Bump^^^
      A demo would be great.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by sinjix_media View Post
        I guess there has been an ongoing feud between joomla and VBulletin?
        why not use them both?


        Originally posted by sinjix_media View Post
        A demo would be great.
        Joomla!, vBulletin, aMember & Community Builder fused --> removed-website.com/forums
        Last edited by tyler_d; Mon 25th Dec '06, 7:33am.
        -Tyler D.

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        • #19
          how was it done?
          all i want to do is integrate Joomla and VBulletin.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by sinjix_media View Post
            I guess there has been an ongoing feud between joomla and VBulletin?
            The feature sets of Joomla and vBulletin do not overlap. Joomla is free software and any vBulletin-Joomla bridge could be free or commercial (ala bbPixel's integration). I know of nobody whose interest is served by these 2 products NOT being able to communicate!!

            I don't know the current status of Joomla 1.0.xx <-> vBulletin 3.6.x bridging/integration. I've heard some negativity towards the existing free solutions followed by an almost ubiquitous "just use bbPixel" response.

            Since Joomla 1.5 beta 2 is surely right around the corner and the next version of vBulletin is a mystery, who knows what the next few months will bring. It really depends upon a future version of vBulletin to open itself up enough to allow outside authentication and permissions juggling without code modifications. Then users of these 2 programs will have our pick of which bridge/integration we want instead of hoping for just 1 good one.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by sinjix_media View Post
              how was it done?
              it was all custom, mostly feeding off of community builder's plugin architecture. the joomla core was also hacked too in order to ensure sync between logons.

              additionally, a vB plug was also implemented to also ensure two way logon sync
              -Tyler D.

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              • #22
                vBulletin and Joomla - can you help with this method?

                In searching Joomla, I found this mod which claims to allow the two to share vBulletin's member database. The main page is in German, but even using a page translator, I can't figure out how to install it. Any of you programming wizards able to help formulate good installation instructions for us all? THANKS!!!

                http://www.joomla-support.de/communi...in_vol._2.html

                To translate the page I used http://www.google.com/language_tools

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                • #23
                  Use bbpixel it work great, there is always a update short after realising another version of vb or joomla.

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                  • #24
                    I have a problem to deal with bbpixel's integration and wonder if there is any workaround I haven't thought.

                    I can create now a topic in vbulletin and have it appear as article in joomla. The one I try is to have my users submit topics in the forum so it will appear on joomla, but have these topics moderated before they appear on joomla. If I enable moderated threads on forum, the topic is not shown on forum as normally but appears on joomla !!!

                    Have anyone done something like this ?

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                    • #25
                      I tried it once myself to install the integation but it didn't worked so I just let the 2 systems run along each other. But I do wish that the members from the forum could log in from the site aswell.
                      _Anubis

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                      • #26
                        confused 2

                        i have the same problem n im confused ... i just need to share the members data base between joomla n vBulletin so the member doesn't have to register twice .. thats it

                        plz guys if u have a simple way .. explain it ... thanks alot ..

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Muhanad View Post
                          plz guys if u have a simple way .. explain it ... thanks alot ..
                          i don't think there is a simple way.

                          it is a hard thing to do but it is possible. very hard to explain since it was all painstaking custom work which including hacking multiple cores & components & plugins.
                          -Tyler D.

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                          • #28
                            This might help...

                            http://www.elearningforce.biz/bridge...bridge-cb.html

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                            • #29
                              3 months ago, Joomla reinterpreted the GPL using the Free Software Foundation's extremely narrow view of it.

                              As a result, bridges between vBulletin and Joomla violate the GPL license and cannot be distributed. SMF has already stopped distributing all versions of their extremely popular SMF <-> Joomla bridge and CommunityBuilder will probably follow suit.

                              It is a ridiculous situation and Joomla needs to wake up and interpret the GPL the way most people (like Linus Torvalds) do.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by feldon23 View Post
                                bridges between vBulletin and Joomla violate the GPL license
                                Feldon, I find this rather fascinating how a bridge can violate the GPL. Do you know of a link to where discussions or talking points about this took place?

                                Would be much appreciated...
                                -Tyler D.

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