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Launching New Browser

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I have tried almost every suggestion in these posts and my asp/vb .net
application still cannot launch a new browser window. Using WinXP task
manager, the best I can see is the start of a iexplore process but again, no
new window is poping up. It has got to be something simple, right?!!?

Any tips would be greatly appreciated; feel free to direct email too.

Nov 21 '05 #1
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"UofM Programmer" <UofM Pr********@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:
I have tried almost every suggestion in these posts and my asp/vb .net
application still cannot launch a new browser window. Using WinXP task
manager, the best I can see is the start of a iexplore process but again,
no
new window is poping up.


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"UofM Programmer" <UofM Pr********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
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I have tried almost every suggestion in these posts and my asp/vb .net
application still cannot launch a new browser window.


Just to clarify do you have a Winforms project in which you are trying to
launch an IE browser window or do you have a webforms app in which you are
trying to open a new window?

Note for the latter just use javascript etc window.open as you normally
would. Process.Start isn't going to do anything on the client in an ASP.NET
app because process.start will run on the server. If you need more
sophisticated embedding of javascript you might to check out
RegisterClientScriptBlock etc methods of the Page class.

Richard
Nov 21 '05 #3

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