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I am trying to write my first WebApp and I have the basics
working. However I am having trouble with one concept.
Tracking the user throughout the application.

So, I have the code working underneath, but am making
calls to modify objects that require a login. So, once
the person passes their login credentials, how do I make
all future calls to authenticate with those credentials?

This is an internal app that provides an interface to modify
specific user/group attributes within AD.

Any guidance would be appreciated.

Jan 29 '07 #1
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Look at documentation for the HttpContext.Current.User class

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>I am trying to write my first WebApp and I have the basics
working. However I am having trouble with one concept.
Tracking the user throughout the application.

So, I have the code working underneath, but am making
calls to modify objects that require a login. So, once
the person passes their login credentials, how do I make
all future calls to authenticate with those credentials?

This is an internal app that provides an interface to modify
specific user/group attributes within AD.

Any guidance would be appreciated.

Jan 31 '07 #2

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