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How to pass in username as query parameter?

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I'm using 2.0 and sql server 2000 for my first ever project.
On one of the page in the application, I want to limit what the user
can see based on his/her login. It's a page that has sensitive
personal info like social security number and I only want user to see
their own information and no one else. Can anybody please tell me how
to pass in the username as a query parameter? I used a DetailsView
control to and configure the sqlDataSource's Select statement to
SELECT ... FROM ... WHERE username = @username. For the @username
parameter, I need to pass in the username of the login user. Can
somebody please help me?


Jul 2 '07 #1
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