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ID: 19097, OOP LoginManager Version 1.0

by Jun Inamori Email: Anonymous

Java API for JSP/Servlet. Access privilege control (user authentication) without Realm. Session management (transaction tracking) without Cookie.
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Updated on Mon, 11 Nov 2002 15:25:31 GMT
Originally uploaded on Wed, 30 Oct 2002 04:48:21 GMT
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OOP LoginManager is the Java API for access privilege control and session management. You need not depend on the Realm mechanism by JSP/Servlet server.
By the easy programming interface of this Java API, a few lines of code are enough for the session tracking on your JSP/Servlet without Cookie. Only for the authenticated user, the unique session ID will be issued. And the subsequent requests to your JSP/Servlet can be verified by this session ID. Then, this session ID tells your JSP/Servlet who is the user and which groups (roles) s/he belongs to. Of cource, similar to HttpSession object, you can associate any Java objects with the session ID.
The user name, password and groups (or roles) are read from SQL table through JDBC PreparedStatement, and you can update these information on demand while your server is running. Your JSP/Servlet no longer needs to depend on the user authentication mechanism implemented by the JSP/Servlet server, such as BASIC authentication FORM of the Realm implementation by Apache Tomcat.

For details, please read the introduction at:

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