Order code executes

Posted on 2013-10-30
Last Modified: 2013-11-08
Hi guys,

I have the following on 2 different button clicks:


WebBrowser_Sourcing_BrokerForum_Enquiry.Navigate(new Uri(""));

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                var htmlDoc1 = (HTMLDocument)WebBrowser_Sourcing_BrokerForum_Enquiry.Document;

                var UsernameTextBox = (mshtml.HTMLInputElement)htmlDoc1.all.item("Session_Username", 0);
                UsernameTextBox.value = "XXXX";

                var PasswordTextBox = (mshtml.HTMLInputElement)htmlDoc1.all.item("Session_Password", 0);
                PasswordTextBox.value = "XXXX";

                foreach (mshtml.HTMLInputElement HTMLI in ((mshtml.HTMLDocument)WebBrowser_Sourcing_BrokerForum_Enquiry.Document).getElementsByTagName("input"))

                    if (HTMLI.getAttribute("type").Equals("image"))
                        if (HTMLI.src == "")



            catch (Exception) { }

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This all works fine. But when I combine the 2 into a 'loaded' grid event the login never occurs. Why do they work separately on buttons but not when combined? Is it the order the code is executing?

Question by:deanlee17
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Expert Comment

by:Ess Kay
ID: 39611820
have you tried debugging it?

Set up a breakpoint, and see if they even get called in the first place

Author Comment

ID: 39611865
It does indeed.
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Accepted Solution

Ess Kay earned 500 total points
ID: 39612155
ah... perhaps the problem is the scope.

you need to use the keyword this.

or this.parent.
 ...not sure which one but one of them will work

because it is looking for those objects withing the datagrid, not within the form.
You need to access the parent of the grid


this.WebBrowser_Sourcing_BrokerForum_Enquiry.Navigate(new Uri(""));


this.parent.WebBrowser_Sourcing_BrokerForum_Enquiry.Navigate(new Uri(""));

Author Comment

ID: 39613609
Nice idea, but it doesn't change anything.

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