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Hello. I want to implement one thing in my project, but it does not work. I have a jsp page with a list of students, I want when the project starts so that the login page comes out and after such as the admin enters his login and password only when he could immediately go to the page where the list of students. But my project does not ask me to enter my login and password and immediately opens the page where the list of students is.

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Ok, first let’s mention that this is more an academic exercise because access control is usually done with Spring Security Framework and Filters.

You have your logic incorrect. You return the requested data independent from any check whether username and password are valid. Check the post request for server:port/project/login : you return the requested page independent from any test. There should be a test and if it fails you should return the login page and if it passes you should return the student list.
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