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TWebBrowser again

well, this may be i'll not describe correctly, but, i'll check it.

If my informations are correct, when the browser wievs the asp page, that page can determine, if the browser is the MS-IE, or Netscape or any else browswer.
I have created my own browser on the component TWebBrowser, wich is composed on the MS-IE.
The question is: what for a browser will it appear in the asp?
a) as MyApp.exe? BINGO
b) as MS-IE? :-((

Btw: is that not soluted by the property "RegisterAsBrowser?". What this property does?
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intheCommented:
Hi
i have tested this on my website using the tewebbrowser and a program called website reporter to check what browsers have visited my site.
the twebbrowser is recorded as:

MS Explorer 5.xxx

Regards Barry
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intheCommented:
oh and about the RegisterAsBrowser it does just that:  Registers your browser app as the default browser for 95/NT.
see here  :
http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/browser/webbrowser/reference/Properties/RegisterAsBrowser.asp

though some of these properties dont always work in delphi's twebbrowser ..
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pistacerAuthor Commented:
inthe, could you send me the asp page, on wich you have tested it?

i will do some experiments more and it would be helpfull.

scernak@pss.sk

thanks, thanks

(or insert the code directly here)
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intheCommented:
hi,
? asp ..i dont know asp im was just saying that twebbrowser is showsed on servers as internet explorer.this doesnt matter if the script is asp/cgi/javascript..they will all show as internet explorer.
the program i tested it on was cgi
( http://www.websitereporter.com/ )
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