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Configure a login page

 
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Hai,

Can anyone guide me how to configure a login page upon o/s startup?

Thax in advance,
Regards,
Visu
 
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hai visu,

my experience teaches me that original posters of questions like this tend to disapear after their first post. but maybe you are different.

"how do i setup a login screen after o/s startup?" is what you are asking in an advanced java forum. aha.

which o/s? which kind of application? which technology?

should it be "windows", "desktop", "swing"?
- write a batch-file to start you main-method and place it into your auto-start folder.

or are you asking how you program a swing gui with two input fields?
or are we talking about webapps?

from the poor information you are providing this question does not look advanced to me.

best regards,
jan
 
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