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Clear webbrowser cache

Posted on 2011-03-23
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I'm trying to clear the webbrowser cache(because webbrowser.Refresh isn't working right), and I'm following these instructions:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/262110

But, using that exact code, I get:

Ambiguous name detected: FindFirstUrlCacheGroup
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There are two functions that look similar in name:  FindFirstUrlCacheGroup and FindFirstUrlCacheEntry. Are you sure you didn't accidentally paste the same name for both functions?

"Ambiguous name detected" generally means you have two classes with the same name and both namespaces are currently being imported via an "Imports" statement and VB doesn't know which one you want to use. In this situation, it's best to fully qualify the class name with the entire namespace.
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