Accecced with an instance reference.

lblLoginCounts.Text = user.GetUserLoginCounts(Int32.Parse(Page.User.Identity.Name)).ToString();
Error      1      Static member 'UserDB.UsersDB.GetUserLoginCounts(int)' cannot be accessed with an instance reference; qualify it with a type name instead      D:\Inetpub\wwwroot\omegalove\Default.aspx.cs      32      43      D:\...\omegalove\

 public static int GetUserLoginCounts(int userID)
            // create data object and params
            SqlDataReader dataReader = null;
            int iCounts = 0;

            // create params for stored procedure call
            Database data = new Database();

            SqlParameter[] prams =
                        data.MakeInParam("@iUserID" ,SqlDbType.Int, 4, userID)                        

            // run the stored procedure
            data.RunProc("prcUserGetLoginCounts", prams, out dataReader);
            while (dataReader.Read())
                iCounts = dataReader.GetInt32(0);

            return iCounts;
UserDB.UsersDB user = new UserDB.UsersDB();
                SqlDataReader reader = user.GetUserInfo(Int32.Parse(Page.User.Identity.Name));
                while (reader.Read())
                    lblUserName.Text = reader.GetString(1);
                    lblFirstName.Text = reader.GetString(2);
                    lblLastName.Text = reader.GetString(3);
                    lblZodiacSign.Text = reader.GetString(6);
                    lblAge.Text = reader.GetInt32(7).ToString();
                    lblGender.Text = (reader.GetInt32(8) == 0) ? "Male" : "Female";
                    lblDateOfBirth.Text = reader.GetDateTime(9).ToString("d");
                    lblLastOnline.Text = reader.GetDateTime(15).ToString();
                    lblLocation.Text =  reader.GetString(22).ToString() + ", " + GetProvincesorStatesName(reader.GetString(20).ToString()) + ", " + GetCountryName(reader.GetString(19));
                    lblLoginCounts.Text = user.GetUserLoginCounts(Int32.Parse(Page.User.Identity.Name)).ToString();

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Do one of the below
1. Change
    public static int GetUserLoginCounts(int userID)
    public int GetUserLoginCounts(int userID)

    lblLoginCounts.Text = user.GetUserLoginCounts(Int32.Parse(Page.User.Identity.Name)).ToString();
    lblLoginCounts.Text = UsersDB.GetUserLoginCounts(Int32.Parse(Page.User.Identity.Name)).ToString();

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mathieu_cuprykAuthor Commented:
Conversion failed when converting the nvarchar value 'macupryk' to data type int.
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.

Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Conversion failed when converting the nvarchar value 'macupryk' to data type int.

Source Error:

Line 208:            // run the stored procedure
Line 209:            data.RunProc("prcUserGetLoginCounts", prams, out dataReader);
Line 210:            while (dataReader.Read())
Line 211:                iCounts = dataReader.GetInt32(14);
Line 212:            dataReader.Close();
It is altogether different error and not related to above. Please check that column is returning a text value and you are trying to convert it into integer.
mathieu_cuprykAuthor Commented:
I need to pass the userid not the username?
    lblLoginCounts.Text = UsersDB.GetUserLoginCounts(Int32.Parse(Page.User.Identity.Name)).ToString();
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