how to manage session state while using webrequest to login at another URL

plz show me how to do this:

When you login at a site, it will store your information in Session or Cookie. So when I make a webrequest to get data from the login page, how can I store and manage the session?
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I don't exactly understand what you're trying to do.  Please explain a little better and we'll try to help.
Andrew J Durstewitz, MCSD.NET

Senior Software Engineer - Internet Applications
7/26/2004 2:15:03 PM
sorry, my English is not good enought.

in ASP.Net, we can use webrequest and some object to query a URL and then display the result in our own way. (you may visit for example).
But a problem is how can we do this with some site which requires loging in.
7/28/2004 1:10:58 PM

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