We have the web browser Active X control that wraps up what we know as Internet Explorer.
While I don't want to get into the in's and out's of using the web browser in your applications, I do want to demonstrate a few things that will make the use of the web browser easier so you can integrate it seamlessly into your applications.
It can be a powerful thing to display dynamic HTML in your C# applications.
It can give your applications a modern look and feel and can make displaying data in non-standard ways easy with some simple markup.
Docum ent Text' threw an exception of type 'System.
IOException - File Name null string - Fusion Log null string - Message "The system cannot find the file specified. when I click on a link in web Browser and then look at Document Text after Document Completed event i get this: - Document Text -it's value is HTML content of a page, and type is string..is prefect :-( I really don't have idea why is this happening...
I'll outline in another post how to disable the right-click menu of the browser (by default you'll get the standard IE right-click menu) as well as how to take this a step further in integrating the power of C# with dynamic HTML in your applications.
It really opens up what you can get to when you look at what you have available.
Now I set it up to grab all of the information on the client, without ever having to hit the server, and I'm trying to raise the same event.
I watch the code go through, and it has the HTML string correct and everything, but when I try to do anyway.
If you do not first load or navigate to Not too bad.
We can write whatever markup we want to the document such as HTML, links, CSS, or even Java Script.