While I was out, it occurred to me that as soon as this login/session management is ready, I'll have an important Lego piece for other systems and programs.
The major draw back of the WWW architecture is also it's strength in certain areas.... It is a stateless protocol so every request to the server and it's response is, really, a closed issue. Unless some one devises a way to make information persist between request/answer transactions.
And as every event normally starts with the browser intervention, that also imposes some restrictions and a lot more complexity to a program/application on the server side.
But this promises.
As soon I have this application ready and I can have a little time left, I'll start applying this login/session management to other things as well.