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Old December 14th, 2005, 07:34 PM
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Default Login/Password Java application

I am trying to find a Java program that has a User ID: login text box and a Password: textbox. It would need to have some kind of management feature so I could create/delete/etc the Usernames and Passwords.

One very important feature also is that when a user successfully logs in, the program would send me an email stating that John Doe has logged in.

Anyone seen such a Java program? I have done some Google searches but didn't find anything.

Your help would be greatly appreciated.


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wat kinda application do you want... do you mean something like a web app or just a java command line application... please be specific about it
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Yes you can do all that, not too difficult.

The easiest way to manage the users is with a database, most people use mySql. There are instructions in the Tomcat docs for setting up a database. If you get mySql, also get a GUI to help you manage it, working with databases from the command line is not much fun.

As for the E-Mail, look for tha javaMail API.

On the Sun site there are dedicated forums for mail, google for sun java forum and you should find them.

If you search the sun forums you will find most of the code you require.

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