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I have a login-page with a j_security_check action. How does it work?

How do I control where to the browser shall go if there doesn't exist a valid session (authenticated)? I want it to end up on my login.html page.

How do I control where the browser shall go when I succed in the the authentication above?
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Oracle has a tutorial that appears to be well written and illustrated.  I think you might want to start there:

http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/1.4/tutorial/doc/Security5.html

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