Automatically enter username and password using asp net


ASP.NET is a popular programming used for building web applications. One common requirement in web applications is the ability to automatically enter a and password for authentication purposes. In this article, we will explore how to achieve this using ASP.NET.

Storing Username and Password

Before we can automatically enter the username and password, we need to store them securely. One common approach is to store the credentials in a . Let's assume we have a table “Users” with “Username” and “Password”. Here's an of how we can retrieve the credentials from the database:

string username = "";
string password = "";

// Retrieve credentials from the database
using (SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection(connectionString))
    string query = "SELECT Username, Password FROM Users WHERE Id = @Id";
    SqlCommand command = new SqlCommand(query, connection);
    command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@Id", userId);

     reader = command.ExecuteReader();

    if (reader.Read())
        username = reader["Username"].ToString();
        password = reader["Password"].ToString();

Automatically Entering Username and Password

Once we have retrieved the username and password from the database, we can automatically enter them in the form. Let's assume we have a login form with input for username and password. Here's an example of how we can automatically fill in the fields:

// Automatically enter username and password
txtUsername.Text = username;
txtPassword.Text = password;

By setting the “Text” property of the input fields to the retrieved username and password, the form will be automatically filled in when the page loads.


In this article, we have explored how to automatically enter a username and password using ASP.NET. We discussed the importance of securely storing the credentials in a database. Then, we provided examples of retrieving the credentials from the database and automatically filling in the login form. By following these steps, you can enhance the user experience by saving users' time and effort in entering their credentials manually.

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