11 thoughts on “Login Form in Java Swing With Source Code Tutorial”

  1. how about using the username and password from ms access data base from your last tutorial about user registration. how does the coding of such?thanks a lot..

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  2. am new with java swing application,

    if i use jframe to create a form, how can could if insert its data to database

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  3. How to set up the database connectivity using Java and Mysql. If I want to validate the login page from backend table

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  4. Sir, I am having trouble doing a login form. actually, I am trying to do both registration and login form at the same time. is it ok if they share the same MySQL table? I have 3 columns. the 1st one is unique key and the remaining two are null.
    is it possible if you can debug the code for me?

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  6. Thanks for the information.
    I would like to know how to do the actual login. Like how you exit the login JFrame and switch to the main JFrame.

    Showing a dialog message seems not to complete the login process

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    • Hello Katumba,

      Thanks for your comment
      I will make an another tutorial in which I will show how to open a new JFrame when we click on the JButton and dispose the one which is already showing up

      Thanks and Regards

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