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How WebPageLink function works?

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This question may sound stupid but i am new to silk performer. and dont know how WebPageLink function works?imean from where it stores the context

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RE: How WebPageLink function works?

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Hi Vijaykidecha,

As per the Silk Performer documentation - SILK PERFORMER | HELP | CONTENTS - Silk Performer queries the currently active page for the specified HTML hyperlink. If this link is found, the function requests and reads the complete Web page that the link refers to. If for some reason, the link cannot be found, the likely outcome if a WebPageLink HTTP: 1060 error during script replay.

The WebPageLink function contains an optional parameter - hContext - that when included, will use the context which has been stored by a prior WebPageStoreContext function to search for the link. If the parameter is omitted the link is searched in the actual page.

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Paul

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Hi Vijaykidecha,

As per the Silk Performer documentation - SILK PERFORMER | HELP | CONTENTS - Silk Performer queries the currently active page for the specified HTML hyperlink. If this link is found, the function requests and reads the complete Web page that the link refers to. If for some reason, the link cannot be found, the likely outcome if a WebPageLink HTTP: 1060 error during script replay.

The WebPageLink function contains an optional parameter - hContext - that when included, will use the context which has been stored by a prior WebPageStoreContext function to search for the link. If the parameter is omitted the link is searched in the actual page.

Regards

Paul

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