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    Default Tutorial for web application with user accounts

    I've just finnished reading the 'JavaEE 6 Tutorial Guide' and going through the Netbean IDE e-commerce tutorial to get to grips with the basics of JavaEE 6. Before I start building some sample applications I really wanted to try and find a tutorial/guide that explains how to go about creating a web application that has 'user accounts'. Ie. a user can create an account, They can then sign in to their account with their username and password and they are presented with their account (ie. the data and resources displayed are specific to them).

    Any help would be really appreciated.

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    If I recall - Netbeans comes packed with many login and registration demo's for quite a few different web technologies.
    (Assuming you opted in for them)
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    Yer I have opted for Netbeans. I know the Eclipse guys will scorn but I really quite like it. Netbeans does have a load of tutorials packaged with it but to my knowlegde it doesn't have anything like this. I would have thought this was pretty common though. Almost all web applications nowdays have accounts.

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    When I started developing JSFs and JSPs in Netbeans last summer there were many examples.
    New project -> samples - > Java Web - > *examples here*
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    Amazing I found it thanks.
    Last edited by tarkal; February 15th, 2012 at 02:54 PM.

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