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Posted on 2004-09-21
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I Need to design a Log-In Page that does the following:
Only Allows one log-in per user account.
logs the user's date andtime they logged in, in a separate file.

Can this be done using Front Page or Dreamweaver or should I be looking for another type of software.  Is there somewhere I can find the code and just paste and go?  I'm open to any suggestions...

If I need to use a database with it, will Microsoft Access Work?
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some useful codes here:
http://gotocode.com/apps.asp?app_id=3
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If your only "Database" is the userlist and when they last logged in, an XML file on the server might be simpler than Access.  On the create account page, add a User Node to the userlist.xml file that looks like this:
<userList>
   <user created="09/22/2004 06:00:00">
        <name>MogalManic</name>
        <password>ski</password>  <!--This could be encrypted for security-->
        <lastLogin/>
   </user>
</userList>

When the user logs in, just update the lastLogin node.  The tools you might need to process XML files are the following:
  - JDOM: for loading and parsing XML (www.jdom.org)
  - Jaxen: for quering the XML using XPath (http://jaxen.codehaus.org)

If you don't want to get into XML, then Access would work just as well.  Maybe a little slower, but possibly more scalable if the DB needs grow.
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Ok I'm working on all comments...
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