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Dear all

I am developing a web application pls any one tell me ,what are the possible solution for the following drawback


1.When the user log off from the system he /she can able to access the application using browser´┐Żs beck button or using early stored url (pls tell me non java script solution )

2.what is the best an easy web application development tools and frame works in java

3.what are the method to improve the web application performances obstacles

Thanks All
Saman
 
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Saman

1. You need to put the user credentials in session and remove them from the session at logout. When a page is rendered, you need to check if the credentials are still in the session

2. Do you mean like an IDE? Try eclipse

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Dear All

Thanks Shilpi for your respose

any one can tell more info regarding this issuse

Thanks All
Saman
 
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hi

any one can send sample code how to implement user credentials in session

thanks
saman
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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