VB.NET LOGIN/PASSWORD SYNTAX

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VB.NET LOGIN/PASSWORD SYNTAX

Posted 24 April 2005 - 09:53 PM


IM NEW IN VB.NET.. i have idea on VISUAL BASIC 6.0.
BUT i have to make a program using VB.NET..But i dont know where to start.
i only know simple commands.. Can somebody tell me
how to do the login password and register form in visual basic.NET.
i really need help.please if u know something just wana say i NEED YOU.
I REALLY NEED YOU ...PLS HELP ME..

MY YM ADDIE ISH Khaiz_20@yahoo.com

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Posted 25 April 2005 - 06:17 AM

Is this what you need? If not, can you narrow down the possibilities a little?
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Posted 05 May 2005 - 02:11 AM

i try the given code u gave me.It works! But i got a problem.
how will i create a database for the membership of the users?
okay i will create a website.the site consist of LOG-IN and PASSWORD.if the users are not registered.They have to Register so they can enter my Website.So how will i do the whole database using VB.NET?
when the user register on the register form..they will receive an email that they are a member and that automatically they can use it in my LOGIN and PASSWORD form to have access on my Website.
Thats the whole thing i should do..Please HELP..THANX!

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Posted 05 May 2005 - 07:57 AM

Your database can be in any one of a number of formats, depending on what your web host supports. You can ask your host if they have a database software usable by your account (MySQL is usually offered, as are some others). Once you know what database software you'll be using, then you will better be able to design the required database table...so what database software are you using?
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Posted 06 May 2005 - 01:56 AM

The software database i will be using..uhmmm.. can i use the Vb.NET stand alone????so that would be easy for me to create this as my thesis software... uhmmm or can i just use microsoft access?but i dont know how to apply them... im having difficulties on SQL.But can u please help me decide? The right thing i should do that would help me to finish this software? THANX..
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Posted 06 May 2005 - 06:46 AM

I'm not familair with the VB.NET standalone database, I'm afraid...if you could describe it to me (how to get there in VB.NET), I can take a look...aside from that, for a thesis you probably don't need anything too robust, Access would do if you wanted a standalone database for deployment purposes or didn't want to install a db server anywhere. Once a db is chosen, we can work to create the table you need.

Of course, if your school already has a db server installed, we can use that as well.
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Posted 07 May 2005 - 05:04 AM

uhmmm NO.The db server would be come from us not from the school.because its one that we should depend when our defence day comes. Okay i prefer to use access for the database. since i got installed here microsoft access 2003.im not also even familiar with VB.NET. im just studying by myself buh i really find it so hard. so can u help me please?

By the way so you can have background of what am i doing.my proposed thesis is ONLINE ORDERING AND PURCHASING OF BOOKS SYSTEM using a programming language VB.NET for the database.
thatz what exactly we put on our proposal that was approved by our Thesis Adviser.This system is for a company who agree that we would make a website for them.
so what i like to happen now. There will be limited access for the members of the company.if your a member u can browse the website.but if your not you can have just simple information. So we need a REGISTER FORM FOR THE USERS. where if they register automatically they would receive an email msg that they are a member of this website.and for the ORDERING FORM it would be nice to know if u can help me too.since were just doing a CASH ON DELIVERY THINGY. a database that if the users order a book the database will automatically update the website for the available books and unavailable books.sorry for such many ask to you.but i really need someones help very badly.
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Posted 07 May 2005 - 11:28 PM

Sounds like Access is the way to go...we can easily use that...from your explanation, you'll need a couple of tables...one for site members, one for site publications...anything else about the project we'd need to know?

If not, create two tables...#1: pk_ID as your primary key id, name as the username, pas as password. #2 pk_ID as primary key, bookname as book name, num as booknum (you can extrapolate the rest fo the information from this).

Once that's done, let's define the business rules, yeah?
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Posted 10 May 2005 - 06:27 AM

okei..ish done... i created 2table for the username and password and another table for bookname and booknumber.... so wutz should i do next?

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Posted 16 May 2005 - 08:11 AM

Amadeus, on May 7 2005, 11:28 PM, said:

Sounds like Access is the way to go...we can easily use that...from your explanation, you'll need a couple of tables...one for site members, one for site publications...anything else about the project we'd need to know?

If not, create two tables...#1: pk_ID as your primary key id, name as the username, pas as password. #2 pk_ID as primary key, bookname as book name, num as booknum (you can extrapolate the rest fo the information from this).

Once that's done, let's define the business rules, yeah?

so what will i do next sir? i already did what u said.. uhmm..
how will this thing gonna work on vb.net?

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Posted 16 May 2005 - 06:04 PM

Well, the next step is to connect to it...I'd suggest using the ADO.NET components...essentially you'll need a connection (OleDbConnection object), and a command object (OleDbCommand). From there, you can use the ExecuteNonQuery methods, as well as use the DataAdapter and DataReader objects for manipulation
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Posted 30 April 2008 - 08:24 AM

I've got the same problem, I've created a new datasource dtsLogin containing an ID, username and password.

my problem is how can you check if the username & password typed in the textbox are the same as the one on the Access database?

I thaught maybe using a rowfilter but I'm not that good in ADO.net

pls help me out
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Posted 01 May 2008 - 02:57 AM

View PostAltysfynest, on 30 Apr, 2008 - 08:24 AM, said:

I've got the same problem, I've created a new datasource dtsLogin containing an ID, username and password.

my problem is how can you check if the username & password typed in the textbox are the same as the one on the Access database?

I thaught maybe using a rowfilter but I'm not that good in ADO.net

pls help me out


pls someone?
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Posted 01 May 2008 - 06:43 AM

found it myself
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Posted 02 January 2010 - 09:47 PM

Dream In Code also has a tutorial covering how to create a Login Form. vb.net tutorial:- UserNames & Password Database
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