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Load JScript File Dynamically

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I am writing an application in C# (.NET 1.1).

I have AxWebBrowser control in my form. It will be loaded with a html page from the following location:


The loaded htm has references to some external JScript classes.

Now I want to load a Java Script located at the following location into the active document of my webbrowser control:


In order to do this, I wrote my code as follows:

WebBrowser.Docuement.CreateElement("<script src=\"/Webify/WinApp/GA/Test/test1.js\"></script>");

This test1.js has a method called testMethod() with an alert statement in it.

When I try to launch my application and load the test1 script, I didn't find the script loaded.

The alert statement didn't display.

Can anyone help me in this regard?
Oct 5 '07 #1
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You need to debug your problem. Try placing the alert inside your code and if that works its the location of your file. HTH.
Oct 5 '07 #2

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