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Form Filling frames with webbrowser control?

Posted on 2009-07-14
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Hi,

How to I get access to 'iframes' with the webbrowser control?

I am trying something like:

Webbrowser1.document.frames(x).document , etc, etc
and variations thereof, but all I get (sometimes) is an 'access denied' message,
and other times it just can't seem to get access to it.

I want to get access to all the 'iframes' in a particular document, and then get access to the form elements within those particular iframes. Any idea on how to accomplish this?

(PS, Im using VB6, but assume the code would be similiar if you are using vb.net)

Thanks very much!
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I see... so basically you are saying it's not possible with iframes?
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So you are saying it can't be done is not an acceptable answer anymore ?
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I was awaiting a reply (confirmation) from you (that is why it was still open), but to the mod, did some further research and it does appear that it is not possible to do it directly because of how the webbrowser works.

So I'll accept it as an answer.
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