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visual basic record internet url

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I am trying to make a visual basic 6 program that a user logs into a database and it collects all the web pages url's.

Can anyone guide me on how to do this??
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You would use ado to log into the database and then you would use a recordset object to return the results of your select statement. I am assuming these values are in a database. Alternatively you can use the connection manager thingy in vb to manage the data connection for you.
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