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Hi,
I want to create an application with a login page.But once the user enters his credentials and click on the button and a new page appears,he must not be able to go back to login page unless he logs out i.e back tab of browser must be disabled or something.How to do this?
 
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Basically you want to break a default browser behaviour (back button). It could be confusing for an end user.
After logining in successfully and being presented a new page, if the user presses the back button in the browser what should he see ? the same page again, a default home page ?

Anyway if you have to implement this feature the solution will depend on you have currently in place in your application in term of techno and authentication model.
But I think the HTTP session will have a role to play
 
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you can use intercepting filter to filter out the request. Check in session if user is logged in and prevent the request going to login page
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