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"Thinking about buying- questions..."
Posted by Randy on Mar-20-00 at 11:58 AM (EST)
This is what I need:

When a person pays me (offline), I create a username/password for them. They logon, enter the username and password, and get into a special directory or webpage, and do their thing (download files, etc).

Here's the kicker- the username/password expires immediately after useage. It's worthless after being used once.

Possible? If not- any resources for me to look at?

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Posted by Charlie Edmunds on Mar-20-00 at 09:02 PM (EST)
Randy,

Doesn't sound like a very complicated application. You could probably build it with perl, ASP, Cold Fusion, etc. I'd do it in perl or ASP because hosts support those type of applications most commonly.

Unfortunately we don't have a product that fits your requirements.

thanks, Charlie Edmunds

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