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john rob

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Posted on    August-27-2014 1:36 AM

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In .NET is it possible to get the HttpContext of the current page from within an external class?

So, for example in my page test1.aspx codebehind I've got:

    Dim blah As New FeedWriter()

    blah.Run()

But inside FeedWriter.vb, can I get the HttpContext of test1.aspx? Or would I have to pass it in to Run()? (I'm unwilling to do the latter because FeedWriter implements an interface which will need to be re-written if it's to take arguments)



Sumit Kesarwani

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Posted on    August-27-2014 2:55 AM

Hi John, 

You can use the Current property of the HttpContext class:

HttpContext.Current;


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