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SWT Browser and JavaScript [message #460518] Tue, 30 August 2005 19:39 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: AnilK.Storeworkstech.com

I am using SWT Browser widget on Windows platform and I am trying to
execute JavaScript based on status changes of the HTML controls on the
page.

Is it possible to handle JavaScript events like OnChange, OnClick etc in
the Browser?

If not, Does the Browser provide a Listener which will listen to change in
the status of the HTML controls. For example, a HTML button has been
clicked?

Thanks,

Anil
Re: SWT Browser and JavaScript [message #460522 is a reply to message #460518] Tue, 30 August 2005 22:21 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: AnilK.Storeworkstech.com

Figured it out. I misunderstood the documentation. I was under the
impression that the "only" way to make JavaScript work on a page is by
calling Browser.Execute().

I've learnt that it's not the case. Sorry for the post.

Anil
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