Re: how to detect whether is a user is logged in or not from IE Toolbar

"Alexander Nickolov" <>
Fri, 28 Sep 2007 09:49:48 -0700
Wouldn't a simple timer do?

Alexander Nickolov
Microsoft MVP [VC], MCSD

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I have developed an IE toolbar in ATL,COM,WTL and without using
MFC.This toolbar is for a particular site.This is having a sign in
button on clicking which user will be navigated to sign in page of our
site.After signing in the toolbar will be changed,means it will be
having some extra buttons on it.when the user will click logout,the
toolbar will be back to its previous state.Means this is like yahoo
toolbar.Upto this part I have made it perfect.I have done MySql
database connectivity from my toolbar.Now the problem what I am facing
is that:
 if any user logs in our site and then he dose not do anything in the
site for 20 minutes his session expires,means nothing will work in the
site after idle 20 minutes,the user needs to sign in again.Now in that
moment also I need to change the toolbar(I need to get the the toolbar
in signed out state).How can I do it?Can anybody plz help me with some
sample code?

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