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WebResourceProvider

, 23 Mar 2007 CPOL
A framework to allow public web services to be used as objects in your application.
//  LinkProvider.h
//
//  An object that retrieves the list of HREF and image links on a web page.
//

#ifndef _LinkProvider_h_
#define _LinkProvider_h_

#include "WebResourceProvider.h"

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// LinkProvider object
//

class LinkProvider : public CWebResourceProvider
{
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Construction
public:
	LinkProvider();
	virtual ~LinkProvider();

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Overriden methods
protected:
  virtual void constructUrl           // Construct the URL to be fetched
    (CString& strUrl)
  { strUrl = m_strUrl; }

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Public  methods (API)
public:
  void setUrl                         // Set web page URL
    (CString strUrl)
  { m_strUrl = strUrl; }

  void getLinks                       // Get list of documents and images
    (CStringArray& documents,
     CStringArray& images);


/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Implementation
protected:
  bool  m_bPageFetched;               //  flag: page has been fetched
};

#endif

// End LinkProvider.h

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Ravi Bhavnani is an ardent fan of Microsoft technologies who loves building Windows apps, especially PIMs, system utilities, and things that go bump on the Internet. During his career, Ravi has developed expert systems, desktop imaging apps, marketing automation software, EDA tools, a platform to help people find, analyze and understand information, trading software for institutional investors and advanced data visualization solutions. He currently works for a company that provides enterprise workforce management solutions to large clients.
 
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