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SecureLock is a php and mysql authenication/login system for the web. Users and groups are linked to accounts and these accounts can be set to expire after a certain date, number of logins or be unlimited. SecureLock can be used for many projects at once

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    Sad. The application did not create the Database - because my user had no permissions to create databases. So I manually created the database and associated with a user on the backend. tested functionality via command line, and tried again. Well that didn't work either, because there were no tables. So I find the table queries and make them, and try. Okay, now I need a superuser, so I find the superuser username and login and create that record, and it still won't work. That's thirty minutes I'll never get back.

    Posted 08/31/2013
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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Information Technology, System Administrators, Developers

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

PHP, PL/SQL

Registered

2003-03-17

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