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Web1.Document.All("submit").Click in VB.NET 2 (Express) B2

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.Value is now .setattribute & .getattribute("name", "value")

What took the place of .Click?

I see .Click is still stated as a method of Forms. I have a
reference "xForm" to the exact form I want to click. (A simple
submit button at my web site.)

xForm is an object that traverses though Document.All until it
finds the first form with a "type" value of "submit".

TIA.

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Nov 21 '05 #1
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TIA,

There are for beta testing special newsgroups,

Whidbey groups:
http://communities.microsoft.c*om/ne...p?icp=*whidbey
Infos on how to view these groups with an NNTP news client:
http://communities.microsoft.c*om/ne...US/w*elcomePag...
I hope you find your answer there,
Cor

Nov 21 '05 #2

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In VB 2005, I found that you could 'emulate' .click method with :

Me.Webbrowser1.Document.Form("yourform").All.Item( "yourbuttontoclick").invok
emember("click")

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Value is now .setattribute & .getattribute("name", "value")

What took the place of .Click?

I see .Click is still stated as a method of Forms. I have a
reference "xForm" to the exact form I want to click. (A simple
submit button at my web site.)

xForm is an object that traverses though Document.All until it
finds the first form with a "type" value of "submit".

TIA.

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Nov 21 '05 #3

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"Cor Ligthert" <no************@planet.nl> schrieb:
There are for beta testing special newsgroups,

Whidbey groups:
http://communities.microsoft.c*om/ne...p?icp=*whidbey


These groups don't seem to exist any more.

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M S Herfried K. Wagner
M V P <URL:http://dotnet.mvps.org/>
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Nov 21 '05 #4

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