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Please HELP and new to Visual Studios... I am working on comparing a Username textbox and a Password textbox against fields in a SQL Server database table. Table has two fields (Username and Passward)  and Project has textbox (Username) and (Password).  Login button needs to execute this.  PLEASE, How can I do this? PLEASE help with CODE?  
I found this example but I can not get it to work....
 

Public Class Form1

    Private Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click

        Close()

    End Sub

    Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click

        'Form2.Show()

        'Me.Hide()

        Dim concheck As SqlConnection

        Dim cmdcheck As SqlCommand

        Dim intused As Integer
 

        concheck = New SqlConnection("")

        concheck.Open()

        cmdcheck = New SqlCommand("Select Count(username) From Userinfo Where username='" & username.Text & "'", concheck)

        cmdcheck.ExecuteScalar()
 

        intused = cmdcheck.ExecuteScalar()
 

        If intused > 0 Then

            concheck.Close()

            Dim dtrcheck As SqlDataReader

            concheck = New SqlConnection("Server=")

            concheck.Open()

            cmdcheck = New SqlCommand("Select Username, Password From Userinfo Where username='" & username.Text & "'", concheck)

            dtrcheck = cmdcheck.ExecuteReader

            Dim strdatabasepassword = dtrcheck("Password")

            Dim strtextboxpassword = password.Text
 

            If strdatabasepassword = strtextboxpassword Then

                If password.Text = dtrcheck("Password") Then

                    While dtrcheck.Read

                        Response.Write(strdatabasepassword)

                        Response.Write(strtextboxpassword)

                    End While

                    concheck.Close()

                    Dim newCookie As HttpCookie = New HttpCookie("userinfo")

                    newCookie.Values.Add("username", username.Text)

                    newCookie.Expires = Now.AddHours(4)

                    Response.Cookies.Add(newCookie)

                    Response.Redirect("default.aspx")
 

                Else
 

                    concheck.Close()

                    Response.Write("Invalid Username or Password")
 

                End If

            Else

                concheck.Close()

                Response.Write("Username is not in our system")

            End If

    End Sub

End Class

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You should create a stored procedure which matches values passed in (from the application).

From security and performance standpoints, do not pull credentials from the database.  Instead, pass them into the SQL command as parameters.

Have the SQL command return a count of matches to both username and password.
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by:rizwanidrees
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you are writing code for a web application or desktop application?
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For desktop application
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by:jparej73
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You should create a stored procedure which matches values passed in (from the application).

From security and performance standpoints, do not pull credentials from the database.  Instead, pass them into the SQL command as parameters.

Have the SQL command return a count of matches to both username and password
 
Can you give an example?  I have no clue how to do this
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At the very least, you only need 1 SQL command:
"SELECT Count(username) FROM Userinfo WHERE username='" & username.Text & "' AND password='" & password.Text & "';"

The response will be a scalar value of 0 or more; if >0 then your person exists.
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