Security :: Simple Authentication With Custom Database?

Nov 10, 2010

I created a database for user authentication. After I pass loging parameters to the stored procedure in the database and they return a user ID for that user I use the following line for authentication:


User gets authenticated but the problem is that ASP.NET does not recognise the user as authenticated until the page is refreshed.

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