|JSExecutor.executeJS with result [message #882978]
||Thu, 07 June 2012 11:14
| patins Missing name
Registered: June 2012
Concrete, i want to evaluate JSExecutor.executeJS("window.external.MyMethod()"),
MyMethod is actually implemented as .NET method of type "string", and the webbrowser is embedded in a C# form. I cant use a Browser widget as MyMethod is defined only for the outermost browser window, not for an iframe.
|Re: JSExecutor.executeJS with result [message #885001 is a reply to message #882978]
||Tue, 12 June 2012 04:42
| Tim Buschtoens
Registered: July 2009
Am 07.06.2012 17:14, schrieb patins Mising name:
> JSExecutor.executeJS(..) is of type void, but i want to evaluate some
This is currently not possible, the given JS is executed after, not
during the executeJS call. You can file an enhancement request in
bugzilla for this, but i cant say if and when it would be implemented.
You could probably use RAPs internal ajax infrastructure to get the
result to the server with the next http-request, but thats very hacky.
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