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Microsoft Dynamic AX

I've seen the microsoft product (microsoft dynamic AX). it really impressed
me cause it looks like windows form, but it is web form (run on IE). it
hidden menubar, toolbar and everything on IE menu, and create the menubar
with own menu design. how to hide the menubar, toolbar and everything on IE
that without create a new window ? and how to design the look and feel IE
just like ordinary windows form ?

thanks
Sep 10 '06 #1
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"Seth Bourne" <se*****@yahoo.comwrote in message
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I've seen the microsoft product (microsoft dynamic AX). it really
impressed me cause it looks like windows form, but it is web form (run on
IE). it hidden menubar, toolbar and everything on IE menu, and create the
menubar with own menu design. how to hide the menubar, toolbar and
everything on IE that without create a new window ? and how to design the
look and feel IE just like ordinary windows form ?

thanks

Sep 10 '06 #2
Seth,

With the current window you can't make the addres bar, tool bar, etc,
disappear. You can only do that to a new window that you are opening. That
new window can then close the old window... so you can sort of fake it.

To make a web application look like a rich client application is possible...
it just takes considerable design effort with the HTML. Getting it to work
on different browsers can be challenging, and the look/feel could change
(opera has "wierd" buttons).

All in all doable... but a lot of work.

Regards,

Rob MacFadyen

"Seth Bourne" <se*****@yahoo.comwrote in message
news:uK**************@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
I've seen the microsoft product (microsoft dynamic AX). it really
impressed me cause it looks like windows form, but it is web form (run on
IE). it hidden menubar, toolbar and everything on IE menu, and create the
menubar with own menu design. how to hide the menubar, toolbar and
everything on IE that without create a new window ? and how to design the
look and feel IE just like ordinary windows form ?

thanks

Sep 10 '06 #3
"Rob MacFadyen" <rmacfadyen_at_gmail.comwrote in message
news:OM****************@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
To make a web application look like a rich client application is
possible... it just takes considerable design effort with the HTML.
Getting it to work on different browsers can be challenging, and the
look/feel could change (opera has "wierd" buttons).
And neither Safari nor Camino uses styles (either inline or CSS) at all when
rendering buttons!
All in all doable... but a lot of work.
And a total waste of time and effort. What possible benefit could there be
in making a WebForm look like a WinForm?
Sep 10 '06 #4
i try to use HTML Application (HTA). it worked, it hide menubar, toolbar
adressbar. but it lose the power of asp.net, cause.. it is simply HTML which
is more complicated programming than ASP.NET as well. is it the right
solution for my problem ?

thanks
"Rob MacFadyen" <rmacfadyen_at_gmail.comwrote in message
news:OM****************@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
Seth,

With the current window you can't make the addres bar, tool bar, etc,
disappear. You can only do that to a new window that you are opening. That
new window can then close the old window... so you can sort of fake it.

To make a web application look like a rich client application is
possible... it just takes considerable design effort with the HTML.
Getting it to work on different browsers can be challenging, and the
look/feel could change (opera has "wierd" buttons).

All in all doable... but a lot of work.

Regards,

Rob MacFadyen

"Seth Bourne" <se*****@yahoo.comwrote in message
news:uK**************@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>I've seen the microsoft product (microsoft dynamic AX). it really
impressed me cause it looks like windows form, but it is web form (run on
IE). it hidden menubar, toolbar and everything on IE menu, and create the
menubar with own menu design. how to hide the menubar, toolbar and
everything on IE that without create a new window ? and how to design the
look and feel IE just like ordinary windows form ?

thanks


Sep 10 '06 #5
There is a lot of benefit could be found, such as GridView from Windows Form
is 'mouse less' than GridView from Web form.
how to make the GridView mouse less for Web Form ?

Thanks
"Mark Rae" <ma**@markNOSPAMrae.comwrote in message
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"Rob MacFadyen" <rmacfadyen_at_gmail.comwrote in message
news:OM****************@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>To make a web application look like a rich client application is
possible... it just takes considerable design effort with the HTML.
Getting it to work on different browsers can be challenging, and the
look/feel could change (opera has "wierd" buttons).

And neither Safari nor Camino uses styles (either inline or CSS) at all
when rendering buttons!
>All in all doable... but a lot of work.

And a total waste of time and effort. What possible benefit could there be
in making a WebForm look like a WinForm?

Sep 12 '06 #6

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