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Using User.Identity.Name as a parameter

Posted on 2010-08-21
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Hi,

I have SQL statement that has a where clause.  I'd like to filter it by using the value contained within:

User.Identity.Name

Not sure how to call this from the Objectdatasource.

Is it held within a session?
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This will be available only when u r using NT Authentication.
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