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From "yadan" <...@css.com.cn>
Subject Re: Do you plan to write a java programe to manage users conveniently?
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
Hi,Uwe Rosebrock

   I only want to manipulate James users (add and delete a user) in my client java programes.
What should I do? Which class should I use and which function invoke?

               yadan
               yxm@css.com.cn
					2002-11-04 
======= 2002-11-04 13:47:00 You wrote:=======
>Yadan,
>
>To my knowledge there is no graphic user interface,
>the telnet user interface provides only very basic management 
>functionality.
>You will find the source code in
>org.apache.james.remotemanager.RemoteManagerHandler
>
>Uwe
>
>On Monday, November 4, 2002, at 01:34 PM, yadan wrote:
>
>> Hi,Uwe Rosebrock
>>    My English is not so googd to catch you .Sorry.
>>    But now I think there must be a Java interface(class) to manage 
>> James' users., for the "telnet * 4555" is also a client programe 
>> managing that. If I want to check the source code to find out James how 
>> to manage users, where should I start? Thanks for your answer:)
>>
>>
>> $B!!!!(B
>>
>>                yadan
>>                yxm@css.com.cn
>> 					2002-11-04
>> ======= 2002-11-04 13:22:00 You wrote:=======
>>> Yadan,
>>>
>>> I have started to extend James successfully to use a more dynamic
>>> communication etc. (serializing containers around ).
>>> I am unfortunately out for a little while to go on with that.
>>> Also there will be a problem with different JVM with this approach.
>>> All what is needed with this though is a 'nice' front-end.
>>> Uwe
>>>
>>> On Monday, November 4, 2002, at 01:11 PM, yadan wrote:
>>>
>>>>  Or is there any similar exsits?
>>>>  I mean not using the command "telnet * 4555",but use a java class 
>>>> such
>>>> as:
>>>> UserManage  add username password  //add a user
>>>> UserManage  delete username           //delete a user
>>>> UserManage  listuser              //listusers
>>>> ...etc...
>>>> Using this class, we can simply manage James users in  client
>>>> programes. Do you agree with me ?
>>>> Or you have one , could you send it to me ? Thanks!
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>
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>> Good luck:)				
>>
>>
>>
>>
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