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hi can i prepare a small loging credential ie user id and psd and then enter into my page.then i complete some info then it atomatically saved
how.give me some ideas to implement that one
Posted 17-Oct-12 2:12am
Edited 28-Oct-12 1:11am
VIPR@T 17-Oct-12 7:16am
you want to implement Remember Me in windows application?
Wes Aday 17-Oct-12 7:16am
First I would figure out the requirements for the program (including defining what a "loging credential" is), since it's such a simple application I would just skip the use cases and go straight into coding that meet the requirements, then test and deploy. Of course I would probably leave some time in my project to ask clear, concise questions on the programming forums in case I get stuck.
aspnet_regiis -i 17-Oct-12 8:19am
what ??? what is loging, psd, atomatically .. I could not find these world in the dictionary
a1mimo 21-Oct-12 18:25pm
What? what are you trying to say exactly please enhance your question and answer the people who are trying to help you
geekbond 28-Oct-12 6:10am
Dude, what have you tried?

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Solution 1

Make up your mind: your question seems to imply two incompatible application types.

Your title talks of a "Desktop application", then the body starts talking about pages, and the subject is ASP.NET which is web based. You cvan't create a desktop application that runs from a web site - security will not allow that.


If this is a web site, then look at implementing Membership: Introduction to Membership[^] which makes the process quick, easy and reliable.

If this is Windows Application based, then that is not a question we can just give you an answer to - there are far too many variables. For example, what do you want to use for storage? MsSql? MySql, SqlLite? SqlCE? XML? Excell? Access? Oracle? Text files? I have seen them all used with varying degrees of success. You need to sit down, think about what you want to do, and what tools you have at your disposal. Then ask again, giving as much detail as appropriate, or you may find that the process of thinking about it solves the problem anyway...

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