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User Authentication With patUser (part 3)

In this concluding article, find out about how to use patUser toidentify users and groups by different criteria, track a user's clicks, maintain user statistics, and gracefully handle errors.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. User Authentication With patUser (part 3)
  2. Making Exceptions
  3. The History Channel
  4. Natural Selection
  5. No Distinguishing Marks
  6. Big Brother Is Watching
  7. Endgame
By: icarus, (c) Melonfire
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May 07, 2003

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In the previous segment of this article, I discussed the various library functions related to user and group management, and also showed you some examples of how they could be used in real-world Web application development.

While the API for user and group management does form the core of the patUser library, it's not all there is on display. patUser also includes a number of utility functions that can come in handy for certain specialized tasks. These functions include identifying users and groups by different criteria (such as name or email address); keeping track of the URLs visited by the user so as to generate a user trail; maintaining user account statistics for auditing purposes; and providing exception-handling routines for more graceful error handling.

All these (and more) are discussed in the following pages - so keep reading!

 
 
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