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    vbedceo
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    I have been keeping all user info (including userID and password). in mySQL database. I am launching a new page which will require users to log in before allowing them to do anything.

    What is the best way to go about this? Do I need to select all registered userID and password out and make it in a .htpasswd-formatted (with delimiter) and use apache authentication, OR is there a way to authenticate by checking right into the database??

    Thanksss!!!
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    BigUX
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    You just have to re-compile Apache with mod_auth_mysql
    (http://bourbon.netvision.net.il/mysql/mod_auth_mysql/)
    ... it worked for me !

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