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I have a combobox which is cboUser. In cboUser contains 5 item and have a aseparate password each user1="user1",user2="user2",user3="user3",admin1="admin1",admin2="admin2". All of the items have a password.If the user selects user 1 and the user input the password "user1". Then it goes to another form.

What is the code for that?

Advance thank you

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Last Post by M.Waqas Aslam
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In another form(frmSalesData), there will be a label in which it tracks the time the user login and another label in which it gets the user selected item in cboUser where the cboUser from(frmLogin)

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Well you can try something like this assume that you have a textbox called txtPass where the user will enter his/her password

If cboUser.SelectedItem = "user1" And txtPass.Text = "user1" Then
Me.Hide()
frmSalesData.lblTime.Text = Time.Now ' not sure of this if Time.Now produce error try DateAndTime.Now.ToLong or something like that I'm not infront of a computer as I'm responding.
frmSalesData.lblUser.Text = cboUser.SelectedItem
frmSalesData.Show()

Else

If cboUser.SelectedItem = "user2" And txtPass.text = "user2" Then
' Do the same as above and continue with the remaining your self.
End If
End If

You can put these codes in a button event. As you can see you will have to do the rest the same way I did it but I didn't do it all due to time.

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hye !

hope this code helps you

dim con as new sqlconnection("connection string")
con.open()
dim da as new sqldataadapter("select username ,password from table",con)
da.fill(dt)
cboUser.datasource = dt
cboUser.Displaymember = "username"
cboUser.Valuemember = "password"
con.close()

' now we have two textboxes , txtUsername and txtPassword. and we want to set there values

'on selected index change event of the combo box , use this code.

txtUsername.text = cboUser.Selectedtext.tostring()
txtPassword.txt = cboUser.SelectedValue()

Regards

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