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get page that user visited onload

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i have in my application a code that creates a session of the user called "userid"
what i need is to gather what page they were visiting and posted time.  

i will insert that to my db which is easy to do.  my question is just to gather the page name.  how would you do this?
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There are lots of properties off of the request class to get you information about the Request in about any form you need it.

Here's one that gives you just about everything,
Request.Url.PathAndQuery
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