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Raising An Event From the Webbrowser

Posted on 2002-07-15
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I want to build a small table using HTML and then display this table in the Webbrowser Control.  When a user clicks on a row, I want to let the (container) visual basic form know which row was clicked.  

After the row is clicked, a corrisponding routine will be executed by the vb form.

How do I perform this interaction without using a timer to poll the HTML document?
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Question by:khampton
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by:Ber
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I'm not sure but I think you need to write an Event handler to do this, an example of an event handler in VB is available here...

http://www.codeguru.com/vb/articles/1721_GridResize_Src.zip

Info on it is available here...

http://www.codeguru.com/vb/articles/1721.shtml


Cheers...
Ber...
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Did you try parent.parent.pa....  or something like this from javascript?
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AzraSound earned 50 total points
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Should work something like:

Dim WithEvents htmlDoc As HTMLDocument


Private Sub WebBrowser_DocumentComplete(...)
   If (pDisp Is WebBrowser.object) Then
      Set htmlDoc = WebBrowser.Document
   End If
End Sub

Private Sub htmlDoc_onclick()
   MsgBox window.event.srcElement.<attribute-name>
End Sub


What will you use to distinguish the rows?  HTML rows arent assigned numbers, so to speak, by default, I dont think.  Perhaps you could number them manually using their "id" attribute and use srcElement.id
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