yeah, you can use the "webBrowser" component. If you don't have this component in your toolbox, just click on the empty place on your toolbox with right mouse button, then "Choose items" and choose the "webBrowser" component. That's how it is in Visual Studio 2005, but I think it'll be quite similar in VS .net, too.
Just a note, the webbrowser control is in fact an ecapsulation of the Internet Explorer browser. This allows you to do some unique things. For example, the html you display could contain hyperlinks, and you can overload the Navigate event. So when a user clicks a hyperlink, instead of navigating, you can do whatever you like.
One application I wrote was to display PDF phone statements, with live hyperlinks (I used PostScript and pdfMark programming to create the PDFs w/ hyperlinks).
The PDF was displayed in a web browser control on a windows form. When the call center operator clicked on a given line in the statement, the code captured that event and link to run a query, popping up the call details in a new window.
This let the phone company use the PDF of the exact statement the customer recieved, as an interface back to call data.
I'm using webBrowser in VS.NET 2003 but I donn't understand: It read html from Database --> display?
Now,I read html from Database after I write file (ex: index.html --> webBrowser1.Navigate("index.html"); ) but windows 7 don't support write.
who have otherwise? Help me...
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