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clicking a HTML page form vb/access

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Hi all,

I'm having this little problem here. I want to build a database which
contains a list of books I want to read. What I want to do is, to make
MS-Access get all relevant information from the library's online
database (for example if they have the book and so on). So what I
thought doing is making a form with a hidden webbrowser control. For
every record in my table the webbrowser control is triggered and the
html page is send back for interpretation. But now this tricky thing
comes up.... To get to my search page I need to click on an image (I
can't find the URL for the search-page (the one in my addressbar is the
same as the home page). How can I do this from VB?

Here are some things for the library's home page....

<form ACTION="/cobl_cgi/Pipac0" METHOD="POST">
<input NAME="PathINI" VALUE="/home/cob_ipac/ipac_ini/ipacP/" TYPE=HIDDEN>
<input NAME="SESSID" VALUE="00574" TYPE=HIDDEN>

now I want to click on the search image...

<input name="Search" type="image" SRC="http://link.to/mypicture.gif"
border=0 WIDTH=32 HEIGHT=32>

Is there someone who has done this thing before? Every help will be much
appreciated!

Thanks in advance

W
Nov 12 '05 #1
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