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authenticating User!

Leonardo Terrao

Joined: Oct 13, 2011
Posts: 15
Hello everyone!

I'm trying to make a User Authentication for a small project in GWT, I'm new in this business! I'll post to the point where I am and I wish someone would help me to keep me!

All information is welcome!
Thank you!

I'm using Hibernate with MySql database.

my Serice

my Service Async

My ServiceImpl. Here I am struggling to finish the code ...

Any idea how I can finish this code?

Thank you!
Maneesh Godbole
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Joined: Jul 26, 2007
Posts: 10826

You will need to query the DB if the given username+password combination is valid. If yes, you will need to populate the AutenticaLogin object and return it back. You will also need to figure out how you plan to let the UI know that the credentials are wrong. Return a null object or throw a custom ValidationFailedException or something.
Your question is not related to GWT really. I will move it over to the ORM forums for you.

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Leonardo Terrao

Joined: Oct 13, 2011
Posts: 15
Thank you!

My User interface I've ever ridden!
Sorry for the level of the questions but I am an adventurer! Everything is new for me Java, Hibernate and GWT.
This query is valid and return?
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