Does your solution face the general public? In this session you’ll see how to provide a way for new users to establish login credentials and for existing users to request password reminders or change their passwords. It’s a tightly focused session, with plenty of time spent looking at specific programming code and techniques used to make the process as seamless and low maintenance as possible.
There’s been a great deal of focus on Domino in the corporate environment, but more and more customer facing sites want to use web 2.0 technologies to face the public. To do that, they need to authenticate users. This topic was requested on IdeaJam, and is something I've has done several times on a large scale production basis. By focusing on a narrow topic, we can go into great depth and look at source code line by line in a session like this.