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I have a Windows Form. I also have a login in a website. From windows forms, I need to login to the web site and be able to run a report and fetch the results to the windows forms. Is there any possibility? Please advise.
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[no name] 25-Jul-14 14:27pm    
Advise what? Have you actually tried anything? There is a handy dandy web browser control you can use. You could also use the WebClient class.
Christian Amado 25-Jul-14 15:18pm    
And you could be more friendly.
[no name] 25-Jul-14 15:57pm    
Maybe but I don't see how unless you think that we need to spoon feed people.
Christian Amado 25-Jul-14 15:19pm    
Dinesh, you can search for a web browser control in your ToolBox inside Winform project.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 25-Jul-14 16:50pm    
There is no such concept, "call a Web page". Explain what exactly you want to achieve and what did you try, then we will be able to help you.
—SA

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You can use httpwebrequest or you can declare a webbrowser

<--example-->
dim browser as new webbrowser
browser.navigate("Your site")
<--end-->
This doesn't appear on your form.

I hope that gives you an idea.
 
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Dinesh.V.Kumar 28-Jul-14 1:32am    
Thanks Champ!!For the idea.. I will take this path and see what happens..But is there any way to pass the user id and password to login to the site..?

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