Re: (no subject)

Kim Lo (Kim.Lo@amgen.com)
28 Jun 1995 13:48:30 U


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Date: 28 Jun 1995 13:48:30 U
From: "Kim Lo" <Kim.Lo@amgen.com>
Subject: Re: (no subject)
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Couldn't you use the Unix userid identification function via cgi?
That's what I am planning to do, anyway.
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Date: 6/28/95 8:21 AM
To: Kim Lo
From: Lynda Heij
Hello,

I am trying to find information on user authorization packages 
avialable for different WWW browsers.  My company would like to put a user
account administration capability package on our webpages.  I was wondering
if 
you know of any package that we can purchase that has the following 
capabilities:
* userid
* password
* database added on to the server that keeps track of the last tasks done 
one the server.

I would appreciate any feedback.

Thanks,
Lynda



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