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DevShed:
Building a User Management Application
November 25, 2008 @ 10:24:33

On DevShed.com today they're continuing a series with part two of their look at user management - more specifically at the creation of a user management application for access control.

Any application that is security critical will have some kind of method to track and maintain user activity. In this article we will begin to build a user management system that will give us control over who has access to which part of our application.

The system's functionality will also provide authentication support (not just role management) and allows for user registration, "forgot my password" and password management. Code and database information for the ten files needed to make the system are included.

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