MySQL Login: Authenticate users with records in a MySQL table

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This class can be used to authenticate users with records stored in a MySQL database table.

It features:

- Customization of the table and the fields to lookup to verify the existence of an account and the respective password
- A session variable is always set whether or not the user authenticated correctly
- Customize the URL of pages to redirect when the user is granted or denied

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1. description
2. example
3. license
4. author

1. description
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MySQL Login is a class that handles logins attempted to mysql servers. It
takes a great deal of parameters and can be modified to suit all the needs
one may have with a login script.. if not? please dont hesitate to contact
me folks..! ;)

2. example
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1.

Run LOGIN.SQL or this code on your mysql server to create a table with 
the default values:

CREATE TABLE `login` (
  `id` int(11) NOT NULL auto_increment,
  `username` text NOT NULL,
  `password` text NOT NULL,
  PRIMARY KEY  (`id`)
) ENGINE=MyISAM DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1 AUTO_INCREMENT=2 ;


2.

Check example.php.

3.

You must change the variables there to fit your needs:

$mysql_database		// mysql database
$mysql_hostname		// mysql hostname
$mysql_username		// mysql username
$mysql_password		// mysql password

$table_name		// your login table name (login)
$table_username		// field in $table_name with usernames
$table_password		// field in $table_name with passwords
	
$query_username 	// query username
$query_password 	// query password
	
$redirect_accepted	// redirects to this if login is succesful
$redirect_denied	// redirects to this if login has been denied

**** NOTE ****
The script automatically sets a session variable called "loggedin" with
a value of 1 if login was succesful or 0 if login was denied.
**** NOTE ****


3. license
=================================

GNU General Public License (c)

4. author
=================================

Steffen Beck <steffenbeck@hotmail.com>

Contact me through MSN if you have any bugs or comments :)

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