by "Lyle Giese" <lyle(at)lcrcomputer.com>
||Thu, 16 Dec 2004 21:24:06 -0600
||"David Pippen" <pipwax1(at)bellsouth.net>
||"'Hwg-Languages \(E-mail\)" <hwg-languages(at)hwg.org>
Where is 'there'? You can have the user name/password in several formats
and use different means to query that. Apache directly supports user
id/passwords using basic auth. It's easy with Perl to use a plain text user
id/password table. And if you use a SQL table, CF and perl can both query
and verify user id/passwords.
What's easiest? Depends on the tools availible to you, how many user id &
passwords are needed, how and how often they will be maintaned, and how
secure they need to be. And how you control thier access level once they
supply a valid user id and password.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Pippen" <pipwax1(at)mail.bellsouth.net>
To: "Lyle Giese" <lyle(at)lcrcomputer.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 16, 2004 11:24 AM
Subject: Re: Coldfusion
> Well I am working with a log in page right now. And I want the form to
> check to see if the user name and password is there and the redirect to
> the index page. What would you suggest?
> On Thu, 16 Dec 2004 11:15 am, Lyle Giese wrote:
> > You can use both together. There is no 'restriction' in the languages,
> > but
> > whether the server admin allows both.
> > Lyle
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "David Pippen" <pipwax1(at)bellsouth.net>
> > To: "List Languages" <hwg-languages(at)hwg.org>
> > Sent: Thursday, December 16, 2004 4:19 AM
> > Subject: Coldfusion
> >> I have a question, can you use CGI/perl programming with coldfusion?
> >> or is
> >> there a better way?
> >> David D Pippen
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