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Deepa Malhotra
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Joined: Oct 31, 2003
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I want a login for my application which will be used by 1000 users. each have username, password and a role based access. Should I build a table with username, password, role and manage the authentication and authorization thro my code. How would this technique compare to other standard ways used in huge applications.
Kyle Brown
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In most applications this is all handled for you by the application server. That is what application servers are for, to keep you from reinventing stuff like this.
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