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kaustubh kurambhatti
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I am new to Java web app development. I am developing an application using netbeans 6.8 where I am using sun glassfish server.
The entry point to web app is a login page. I want to include security constraints to it like using https protocol for submission of username and password. Please help.
Tim McGuire
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kaustubh kurambhatti wrote:I am new to Java web app development. I am developing an application using netbeans 6.8 where I am using sun glassfish server.
The entry point to web app is a login page. I want to include security constraints to it like using https protocol for submission of username and password. Please help.


Google "Glasssfish HTTPS" and you will find lots of answers
 
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
 
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