VB.Net and Internet Explorer

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Hi, im a vb.net developer...or well i try. Please i need help on this one...big time. Im just gonne get straight to the point, I need in a seporate app. to monitor or run a loop ( i know to do the loop and check with a timer) and check if a session of Internet explorer has been opened, this is fine using the "User32" lib, the problem is i need to display the content of the html docment of that specific instance of iE in the seporate app or even in a message box, even if the html is not accessable then just the url will do. How do i get this right, i know how to check for a session of IE that has just been opened, using the "User32 lib" i call GetClassName and it will return the class name as a string, i want to work with the actual instance of that ie session then i could Ctype(theinstaceObj, SHDocVw.InternetExplorer).document kind of idea. See i can pick up that ie has been opened, i just dont know how to access the html inside it.. please help this seems so simple but is way more hectic than i expected. Thanks, AzaX

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Does your app put some kind of page view information into session?

If not, in c# I’d try something like:
this.Page.GetPostBackClientHyperlink();

Not certain what you’re after, hth …

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