Hi Rick... its mysql, but after java connected to the database, how do i compare the passwords ? Thanks again :) Luciano
On Dec 13, 2007 9:34 PM, Rick Widmer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > Luciano Bolonheis wrote: > > Hi, > > i installed vpopmail on a server and now other person wants to > > authenticate a software he is developing in the vpopmail database. He > > is coding in Java. > > Can anyone tell me how can he do it ? The function to use, or the > > method used by vpopmail... > > It depends on which back end you are using. If it is a sql database > like mysql or posgresql use Java to connect to the database. If you are > using the cdb back end use Class Cdb: > > http://www.strangegizmo.com/products/sg-cdb/doc/com/strangegizmo/cdb/Cdb.html > > In general idea is to just access the database directly and check the > password either in the query, or looking at the returned data. > > > > > !DSPAM:47626d5d32001503715948!