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Old December 6th, 2004, 02:23 AM
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I want to access the currently downloaded pages from the browser (IE) cache with all its associated objects (images, css, flash objects, activex objects etc) so that i may be able to save them like in a database and will show them up off line to the user. How will it be
accomplished using .NET. Coding examples will be highly appreciated. At the moment i just want to access the rendered page and its associated objects as i mentioned above the rest (database part etc.) i can do easily.



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Can javascript be of any use in this regard? Though i am quite sure that using javascript we can get ALL objects from the document (page) but i am not sure if we can get the physical location (from the
browser cache) of these objects. Will some guy throw light on it!

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Did anybody access the browser (IE) cache using Environment.SpecialFolder Enumeration for
Environment.GetFolderPath method? I have worked out with it but am quite confused how does IE
organize the downloaded pages and its relevant contents (i mentioned above) in it. Perhaps i didn't mention that i am working on a Windows application in .NET.

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Have got some solution of getting the visited url list but it is in VB 6. Please visit the following link for the details and tell me if you can help.

http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_...Terms=baburman



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