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<b><Font face="Verdana,Verdana" size=2 color=#333333>phpBB Integration</font></b>
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<form action=setup.cgi>
<input type=hidden name=action value=configured_phpbb>

<b> Step 1: Setup phpBB Integration</b>
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<b>Access Key</b>
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Your membership site can integrate with phpBB support forum installed in your 
site or another domain name using a web service. However to provide protection, 
you must first define a password. Please choose a difficult to guess word for this purpose: 
<table border=0><tr><td width=130>
Your new access key: 
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<input type=text size=15 name=adminkey value="%%adminkey%%">
</td></tr></table>

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<b>Setup Web Service</b>
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To provide integration, Profile Manager will create a file called pm2phpbb.php in your 
phpBB home directory. Please enter the full path for your phpBB installation:
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Full Path to phpBB: 
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<input type=text size=60 name=phpbb_path value="%%phpbb_path%%">
</td></tr></table>
If the phpBB is installed on another site, you should first create this file somewhere 
in your site and move to the other site manually.

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<b>Define phpBB URL.</b>
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To call the web service, please enter the web location of your phpBB directory:
<table border=0><tr><td width=130>
URL to phpBB: 
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<input type=text size=60 name=phpbb_url value="%%phpbb_url%%">
</td></tr></table>

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<input type=submit name=submit value="  Setup  ">
</form>
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<b>Step 2 (Optional): Load Members.</b>
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Once the phpBB integration is complete, you can load your existing members into 
phpBB database. 
<form action=setup.cgi>
<input type=hidden name=action value=load_phpbb>
<input type=submit name=submit value="  Load Members  ">
</form>




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