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Retrieving a Logged On User ID
Here is an easy way to retrieve the user ID from who ever is logged on to a PC using ASP.Net. This is handy for ASP.Net applications where you want to put a "Welcome joe user" label at the top, auto populate a form with the user's ID or add the user ID to some data you are storing back into a database if you keep track of who edited a record last. The code below assumes you have an aspx page with two labels on it, lblFName and lblLName. It grabs the user ID with HttpContext and then splits the ID ......

Posted On Friday, January 20, 2012 8:22 AM

Using WCF Service With a Class

This post is an example of how to write a WCF Service using a class. The example uses Visual Studio 2010, written in C#, SQL Server 2008 and hosted in IIS. So lets have at it.

Posted On Wednesday, January 18, 2012 9:19 AM

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