In my project I am required to create a website and a Swing application. The user (the customer) who visits the website will login and get authenticated. On his/her (the user's) machine the java Swing program would also run which is required to determine whether that website has been visited (in some browser) by the user and whether the user has successfully loggedin to that website. If the java Swing program on the user's machine finds that the user has successfully logged in then the control of the program will proceed in a specific direction and if the program finds that the user was not authenticated then the Java program would proceed in a different direction.
It is required to have two programs as a website program and a Swing program as part of the same program because of the project use case.
My question is How can I determine in my Java Swing program what I am looking for?
I would think you can use your desktop client to generate a web session, just as the online piece does. For security purposes each client should require the user to log in. Then based on existing server sessions determine your correct path of operations.
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