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  • Oh…I am all ears on this one. I need to do this for a new project on my plate if possible!


    anyone?!!?!? getting desperate now! have integrated SMF with MediaWiki. WordPress next, then VShare I think!

    We managed to do it yesterday with the WP-SMF brdge thing, but we uninstalled SMF and can’t get it to work again today. If anyone has any help to give…

    I currently have SMF 1.1.4 and WordPress 2.5 integrated and working well together. What kind of problem are you having?

    On last Friday i have fixed some problems with the wordpress cookies in the SMF Plugin. You can find the working SMF Plugin on my Blog.
    I’m from germany, so my blog and post is wrote in german, too.

    OK, my database integration is works well for SMF and WP. No problem at all.

    But, currently they’re still on different page.
    WP on
    SMF on

    Now, how to make SMF Forum appear on WP 2.5 page with header, footer and widget as per WP 2.5 theme?

    Anybody know how to do that? would you like to let me know how to do.

    Please advise.

    I have a clean wordpress 2.5 install and a clean smf 1.1.5 install.

    The first thing I did was install WP_SMF 1.09. As soon as I activate it, wp loses the ability to get anything from its DB. I receive no errors, but no logins work, no lost password requests work, posts on the home page are all blank.

    All the data seems correct in the DB and the config file is untouched, but I can’t login to deactivate the plugin.

    Has anyone else seen this behavior or can anyone help?

    I hope to god someone comes up with a fix soon…

    Or I will have to resort to paying developers!!!!!!


    I’ve found out the problem!
    It has nothing to do with cookies or wordpress 2.5, but with the sql connection in the api.

    In smf_api_1.1.php, in line 166 we should change:
    @mysql_connect($db_server, $db_user, $db_passwd)

    @mysql_connect($db_server, $db_user, $db_passwd, true)

    This will prevent the SMF bridge from hogging the sql connection, thus allowing for wordpress to keep on running as usual

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