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How to obtain the loginname in the destination URL from login controls provided by ASP.NET?

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I am using Login control provided by ASP.NET 2.0 for creating login portal. Once successful login, it will redirect to destination URL. Now, can I collect or know the username in the destination URL? (I know i can display using LoginUsername control but I want to do more than display.)  
Kindly help me.
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I believe i got the solution ;-)

Membersip.GetUser().UserName

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