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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Auto Login Post 32208 by Neo on Wednesday 20th of November 2002 11:01:08 AM
Old 11-20-2002
Might be easier to simply write a script around the login command and interact with the command. How to interact within a script has been discussed many times in the forums. Try searching the forums for keywords 'telnet script' or 'login script'..... etc.
 
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CatalystX::SimpleLogin::Form::Login(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation		  CatalystX::SimpleLogin::Form::Login(3pm)

NAME
CatalystX::SimpleLogin::Form::Login - validation for the login form DESCRIPTION
A HTML::FormHandler form for the login form. FIELDS
username password remember submit METHODS
validate add_auth_errors SEE ALSO
CatalystX::SimpleLogin::Controller::Login CUSTOMIZATION
By default, the params passed to authenticate() are 'username' and 'password'. If you need to use different names, then you'll need to set the correct value(s) via login_form_args in the configuration. The keys are 'authenticate_username_field_name' and/or 'authenticate_password_field_name'. __PACKAGE__->config( 'Controller::Login' => { login_form_args => { authenticate_username_field_name => 'name', authenticate_password_field_name => 'password2', }, }, ); You can also change the way that the form is displayed by setting attributes. In MyApp.pm: __PACKAGE__->config( 'Controller::Login' => { login_form_args => { login_error_message => 'Login failed', field_list => [ '+submit' => { value => 'Login' }, ] } }, ); Additional fields can be added: field_list => [ 'foo' => ( type => 'MyField' ), 'bar' => { type => 'Text' }, ] Additional arguments to the authenticate call can be added: If your user table has a column "status" and you want only those with "status = 'active'"to be able to log .in __PACKAGE__->config( 'Controller::Login' => { login_form_args => { authenticate_args => { status => 1 }, }, }, }; AUTHORS
See CatalystX::SimpleLogin for authors. LICENSE
See CatalystX::SimpleLogin for license. perl v5.14.2 2011-09-05 CatalystX::SimpleLogin::Form::Login(3pm)

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