For what it's worth, I recently used the SimpleUserFolder for an
application that uses Postgres as the backend.  It was terrifically
easy to implement authentication through Postgres via the
SimpleUserFolder.  It does exactly what I want without unnecessary
frill or complications.

Garth


On 7/15/05, Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> David Pratt wrote at 2005-7-14 20:30 -0300:
> >Thanks Dieter. I was really hoping it is a good solution since it is
> >the only User Folder product for Postgres that I have seen thus far.
> 
> Chris Withers would tell you, that "Simple User Folder" can do this
> as well :-)
> 
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> Dieter
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