Tony McDonald wrote:
> I'd suggest using UserDB. It's been pretty good for us. I looked at
> mysqlUserFolder (seemed overly complex), GUF (couldn't get it to
> work) and even LoginManager (too much Zen needed) and came back to
> UserDB.

One of the reasons I was trying to get mysqlUserFolder to work, is that
I want to be able to store arbitrary data with the user record, such as
real name, email address, etc.  mysqlUserFolder does this quite nicely. 
If there is an easy way to achieve this using userDb then that would be
another way to solve the problem.


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