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In web.config file why are you using Authentication mode that time sa=*** and pwd=***** something and Authentication mode =Forms thaat time wt we can use?

Posted By :rajendra     Posted Date :August 05, 2010    Points :10   Category :.NET Framework 
actually here sa=***and pwd=*** it's a data sources we can set at MYSQL

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