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ashok mandala
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Hi i have a thought that
" i have a laptop which shared by a group of people, and i want some application/program(which i need to develop) to run whenever someone logged into
laptop and it needs to log the details like at login time and loguot time"

But i am not getting by using which concept we can do this requirement in Java

can somebody help please

 
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Surely if you have admin rights on the laptop OS then you could just view the system logs to see this kind of information.
 
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Yup, implementing something yourself, especially in Java, would not seem the right tool for this.
 
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You could put an "icon" or the like into the place which controls what is started for every user. This is rather an OS problem than a Java one. I have no idea about the logout event.

But perusing the system event log might be the really good way to attack this problem.
 
ashok mandala
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Thanks for your replies.

And how do i see log messages related to OS.
 
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Depends on the os.
 
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