I don't think Superglue is conductive and so it would not work.
Depending on the pin pitch on the DOC you might get away with the following.
Take very fine wire, like you would use for wirewrapping. Strip back the insulation
an inch or two. Fish the wire around the pin you want to connect to. Slide the wire loop
to the narrowest part of the pin (if there is a narrow part) and twist both ends of the loop
very tighly. If there is room and you do it right, you will have a nice connection to this
pin without shorting to either of the adjacent pins. Cut the wire to length so it reaches
outside the box and push the insulation back toward the twist connection to cover as much exposed
wire as possible.
Do the same for the other pin and short them outside the box.
The important thing is to be certain you are not shorting adjacent pins! Check it with a meter.
Also tighten to wire as much as possible without it breaking or twisting on itself. This will
keep it from moveing and keep the wire from shorting when you reassemble the case.