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I am new to this JSP world. While i am looking at login.jsp page, I found j_security_check for form action parameter. But i failed to find the j_security_check related code. I have gone through some documents there i found it is the techinque used to protect the webpages. Can any body explain regarding this. How authentication process will be? thanks gangadhar
Joined: Mar 08, 2004
j_security_check is the default name for container authentication. By using j_security_check you are asking your web application server (JBoss, Tomcat, WebSphere ..) to use their internally written process to perform the validation of the j_username and j_password passed to it. (Based on your web.xml and container specific auth modules).
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