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Posted 9 Sep 2015currently i only have it so i check if the user exists in the database.
If the user exists then i open up a new form
im not doing anything with the data of the current user
how do i retrieve the user the logged in?
i enter the information into a textbox and check a database
i would like to get the id of the user that logs in once i have the id i can write sql to get the rest of the users data from the db
Posted 9 Sep 2015i understand this is what i should do to protect sql injection
.CommandText = "SELECT * FROM dbo.People WHERE UserName = @UserName AND Password = @Password"
now ether passing an id or dataset
im thinking the id i will try to do to populate my new form with the specific users data
what would i do to start create a method and pass the user into it?
Posted 9 Sep 2015what would you suggest?
what would be the best practice.
and could i get a lil example?
it doesnt sound very hard to do.
ive done it quiet awhile ago in C# just need a refresher and im teaching myself VB for my new job.
I figured this will be some good practice
Posted 9 Sep 2015winform vb.net
Posted 4 Sep 2015Ok yes that is what i mean.
Then we are using VB.Net
Thank you for clearing that up for me.
I am working on trying to have the company migrate to Visual Studio 2012 or 2013 which would be nice.
This is my first time ever using 2008.
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