It depends on what type of login you're using and what your seraph settings are (that goes back to whether you're using internal/external crowd, the jira database when in confluence, ldap, or any of the other possibilities)
<action name="dologin" class="com.atlassian.confluence.user.actions.LoginAction">
<result name="input" type="velocity">/login.vm</result>
<result name="error" type="velocity">/login.vm</result>
<result name="success" type="velocity">/login.vm</result>
where the success is checked in login.vm
where the redirection haapens to Dashboard.action
Right, so it's the front-end login. The code you've posted answers your own question here - it's got a pointer to the class it's calling to check login, and to the .vm files that generated the html for the results. So I'm not sure we can tell you more.
May we ask why you think you need to know this? What are you actually aiming to do here?
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