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egbai mmumene
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please i have been trying to implement a log in form and having problem with getting authentication data back. the data is in json format in the web server. already using http post to send the data in name value pairs. realy confused
Andrew Monkhouse
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You haven't really given us much to go on here. What part of this are you having troubles with?

  • Encrypting the password before sending?
  • Converting from https for authentication and authorization to http for other traffic?
  • Putting the data into JSON format (if you are even doing that - sounds like you have no need for this) to send to the server?
  • Setting up a listener for the response?
  • Processing the JSON response? This should be very minimalistic as all you care about is what their authorization level is, as authentication can be implied from that.
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