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SAMPLE: Automating Internet Explorer from Within a Contained VB ActiveX Control


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This article was previously published under Q181075
For a Microsoft Visual Studio .NET version of this article, see 311295 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/311295/EN-US/ ) .

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Summary

This sample illustrates how to use Internet Explorer's Automation model and scripting model from within a contained Visual Basic ActiveX control.

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More Information About the Sample

Vbobjvw is a Microsoft Visual Basic sample that corresponds to the Objvw Active Template Library (ATL) sample that is included in the Internet Explorer Samples Catalog. This sample demonstrates how to:
  • Access Internet Explorer's Automation model and scripting model from within a contained Visual Basic ActiveX control.
  • Enumerate all ActiveX controls, links, and other tags in a page and sub pages. This includes an algorithm for recursively enumerating floating frames and framesets.
  • Mark a Visual Basic ActiveX control "Safe for scripting" and "Safe for initialization."

Running the Sample

After you download the file, run the executable to extract the sample files. Open Vbobjvw.vbp in Visual Basic 5.0 or 6.0. Make Vbobjvw.ocx (this will also register the control). Open the TestVB.htm file, which contains an instance of the control and links to several test pages.

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References

For a Microsoft Visual Studio .NET version of this article, see 311295� .
For more information about developing Web-based solutions for Microsoft Internet Explorer, visit the following Microsoft Web sites:

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Article Info
Article ID : 181075
Revision : 5
Created on : 5/11/2006
Published on : 5/11/2006
Exists online : False
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