Security :: Create A Login Control Programmatically For Sql Server 2005?

Feb 6, 2010

implementing login control programmatically using sql server 2005. can anyone give me good web reference about the topic? i am new to this development.

development tool i am using:

>visual studio 2008
> sql server management studio 2005
>windows 7 ultimate(32 bit)

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