Getting Started with BotDetect Java CAPTCHA

CAPTCHA Integration Crash Course

The BotDetect Java Developer Crash Course contains key integration steps.

CAPTCHA Java Code Examples

After downloading and unpacking the BotDetect Captcha Java library, deploy examples from examples/traditional-api directory to your webserver and point your browser to BotDetect Captcha index page (e.g. http://localhost:8080/bdc4-traditional-api-captcha-index)

BotDetect CAPTCHA Integration Guides & Examples

The fastest way to add Captcha protection to your Java web form is to follow the how to guide for your Captcha integration scenario and check the relevant code examples:

JavaServer Pages CAPTCHA Integration

JavaServer Faces CAPTCHA Integration

Spring MVC CAPTCHA Integration

Struts CAPTCHA Integration

BotDetect Java CAPTCHA Configuration Guides

After you have successfully added BotDetect Captcha protection to your Java web form, you can configure various Captcha options by following the configuration guides:

Troubleshooting BotDetect Java CAPTCHA

If you experience any difficulties integrating BotDetect Captcha in your Java web project, we also have resources that might help you find and solve the problem.

Java CAPTCHA Technical FAQ

You can find answers to many common questions about BotDetect Java implementation in the BotDetect Java technical FAQ.

Known BotDetect Java CAPTCHA Issues

If the FAQ doesn't deal with the situation you are having, you can learn about a few known Java Captcha issues and their workarounds.

Free Technical Support

In every case, you can contact our Support Department for help.

Please Note

BotDetect Java Captcha Library v4.0.Beta3.5 is an in-progress port of BotDetect 4 Captcha, and we need you to guide our efforts towards a polished product. Please let us know if you encounter any bugs, implementation issues, or a usage scenario you would like to discuss.