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i have created login page when we pass the value to it doesnt redirect to home page
it doent generates any error while executing .... i m using vb .
i dont knw what going wrong wid my code..
plz help me..
thanks in advance..

here is my code for login page . it is on login button click event.

Dim cn As New SqlConnection("Data Source=.\SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename=C:\Users\Welcome\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\fc\App_Data\fc.mdf;Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True")
        Dim str As String
        str = "select count(*) from r_user where eml='" & eml_txt.Text & "' and pwd='" & pwd_txt.Text & "'"

        Dim cmd As New SqlCommand(str, cn)
        Session("eml") = eml_txt.Text
        If (eml_txt.Text = "admin" And pwd_txt.Text = "admin") Then
            str = "select * from r_user where eml='" & Session("eml") & "'"

            Dim da As New SqlDataAdapter(str, cn)
            Dim dt As New DataTable
            Dim s = da.Fill(dt)

            If (s < 1) Then

            End If


        End If
There may be two problems here.

1. The conditions mentioned in if statements are not satisfied.

2. The path of page is not correct. I mean For example -


here "admin.aspx" should be at the same directory and folder as of this code file. Otherwise it can't load that page.

Please make sure point 1 is working fine by debugging line by line and point 2 by checking the paths of pages you want to redirect.
mahi0607 5-Mar-13 6:17am    
it doesnt satisfy the if conditon... it retrive 0 while debuging .. can u help me out for this?
Do u mean the below condition ?

If (s < 1) Then
You can do like below...

If (dt.Rows.Count < 1) Then

Try and let me know.
mahi0607 6-Mar-13 11:42am    
not working... still redirecting on login page and password textbox were blank..

Try this, This may help

HttpContext.Current.Response.Redirect("login.aspx", false);
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That's for updating a database table without asking for any information back

You have to create a reader object, that will read the response back, and feed your command object into the reader.

Dim myReader As SqlDataReader = myCommand.ExecuteReader()
Dim FieldCount As Integer = myReader.FieldCount
While myReader.Read()
  m_count = myReader.GetString(0)
End While

if (m_Count > 0) then
end if
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