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Where's the login???

 
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Rafael...
I'm trying to find the class which makes the login (takes the user and password from de form) but I'm not being lucky
Where is it???
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net.jforum.view.forum.UserModel#validateLogin()

( or at least was that.. pieter worked on the auth system, so it may be possible that one thing or another may be different... )

Most of the time you can find the right action looking at the source code.. the "module" param points to the class specified at WEB-INF/config/modulesMapping.properties, and the "action" param is the method name which will be executed.

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Thanx man!
Great stuff!
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