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Default Hooking the application to a database.

Hi everybody,

I implemented a single sign on application taking help from an article
(You can download the source code. I didn't change anything).

Everything is working fine, but the code has the username and password hard-coded into it. But I want to hook to a database so that it fetches the results from the database and displays accordingly. (the file in which the usernames and pwds are hard-coded is present under www.sso.com > App_Code > UserManager.cs.

I want a way to hook it to a database so that the when user enters the credentials in domain1,2 or 3, it should fetch the results from database.

P.S. - I tried to contact the author of the article but, he is not replying. So I thought of posting it to the second best place.

Plz help!

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