This is the 4th in a series of posts which focuses on how we can create and use a CustomAutenticationProvider and use it with a password verification stored procedure.
A quick intro on how to connect and start using any of the major relational databases.
This post presents practical implementation steps for UUIDs and Password Salted Hashes when working with an Oracle Database.
This post presents practical implementation steps for UUIDs and Password Salted Hashes when working with a MS SQL Server Database.
A concise post presenting practical implementation of UUIDs and Salts with PostgreSQL Database.
A concise post presenting practical implementation of UUIDs and Salts with MariaDB/MySQL Databases.
An introductory post about Salts and UUIDs that can be implemented and used with your Database.
Practical implementation of UUIDs and Salts when working MongoDB and ATLAS cluster Triggers.
This post is about the command-line tools that are officially supported by the major databases. Each one of those tools is shipped as part of the corresponding database installation package. However, here will see how we can obtain and install them as a stand-alone-tools, without the respective database installation.
A quick intro about using a Free Shared Database Cluster on MongoDB ATLAS cloud platform