Re: CDHtmlDialog - end web session

"Sheng Jiang[MVP]" <>
Fri, 8 Feb 2008 13:35:20 -0600
Since CDHTMLDialog is using the webbrowser control, which is using Wininet
for communication, you can try to call the Wininet InternetSetOption
function with INTERNET_OPTION_END_BROWSER_SESSION to end the current

The webbrowser control should track the number of instances of the browser
window in the process by itself and terminate the session when the last
webbrowser control is destroyed, but it is not always reliable.

If you have more questions about using webbrowser control or wininet, I
suggest you post them in microsoft.public.inetsdk.programming.webbrowser_ctl
or microsoft.public.inetsdk.programming.wininet.
Sheng Jiang
Microsoft MVP in VC++
"peachey" <> wrote in message

I'm using a subclassed modeless CDHtmlDialog in my application. When I


(and destroy) the dialog, the web session is persisting. i.e. when I

create a

new instance of the dialog, the previous state of the website I was


is the same. How can I close the session with the dialog without having


close and restart the whole application (which is what I have to do now)?

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