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Executing Javascript Function on Browser Close

Posted on 2004-09-09
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I want to invoke/execute a Javascript Function to perform some DB clean-up activity when a user closes his IE browser by clicking on the X (i.e browser close) in the upper right-hand corner of the browser.

Can you give me some idea how I can accomplish this?

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zeke20
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int buttone click
        MessageBox.Show(Today.Month.ToString + " " + Today.Year.ToString)
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this may more better
 MessageBox.Show(Today.ToString("MMMM yyyy"))
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sorry for worry enter the comment
it's confused you
I am very sorry

some suggestion for your question
using unload event?!
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using html under below

<body ... onload="alert('welcome')" onunload="alert('byebye')">

replace alert function to your java script function

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