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    Firing onclick event in asp page in webbrowser control

    Hi all:
    I am not a hardcore VB programmer so hopefully there are some experts out there who can help.

    I have a VB6 form with a webbrowser control on it. When the form opens, the control is loaded with an ASP login web page. The user then logs in to the website and a second page loads. The second page has 3 frames. One of the frames has a disconnect button in it. If the machine is idle for a period of time I want to fire the onClick event of the disconnect button on the web page.

    Tracking the idle time is easy enough but is there a way to fire the onclick event of a button in a frame on a web page in a webbrowser control?

    Thanks for your help
    Bill

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    I don't know of any way to fire the click event of a button on a Web page, but you can submit a request to the server that simulates the request generated when a user clicks the button: http://msdn.microsoft.com/archive/en...sdn_vbhttp.asp
    Phil Weber
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