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I need a Java package which performs User Management

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hi,

"I need a Java package which performs User Management. The data should be stored in a Database (not XML files like ProwlerUserManager API)"

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Not sure,

But JAAS might be helpfiul for you

http://www.javaolympus.com/J2SE/SECURITY/JAAS/JAAS.jsp
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