Has anyone done this? (Object declaration in an ASP.Net page)

Discussion in 'Microsoft Point Of Sale' started by B. Chernick, Oct 19, 2004.

  1. B. Chernick

    B. Chernick Guest

    I've taken a bare webforms page and added that code from the customization
    guide, just after the <HTML> tag in the html editor.

    <SCRIPT language="vbscript">
    <OBJECT classid="clsid:44C4C3AC-D0F1-11D2-919D-006008C88FC3" height=0
    id=qsBridge style="LEFT: 0px; TOP: 0px" width=0>
    <PARAM NAME="_ExtentX" VALUE="26">
    <PARAM NAME="_ExtentY" VALUE="26">
    </OBJECT>
    </SCRIPT>

    I've also set the page attribute 'aspcompat=true'
    I then call the page from a custom button using the string
    'http://localhost/RMS1/WebForm1.aspx'. I've also set a reference to the
    QSRules dll in the project, if that matters.

    The result is an IE script error.

    I'm hoping eventually to write ASP.Net pages that can make calls to QSRules
    and run from within RMS. (Incidentally, if it's any help, any instance of an
    RMS call will be to the localhost IIS on the same machine. No use of the
    internet.)

    Is there any way to make this work?
     
    B. Chernick, Oct 19, 2004
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    Glenn Adams Guest

    I have created a .aspx form that works with QSBridge. I used c# and
    JavaScript. No problems at all - one thing - when you create the Custom
    Button, make the style "HTML Window" NOT "Internal HTML Window"
     
    Glenn Adams, Oct 19, 2004
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    B. Chernick Guest

    So you're saying I'm on the right track? Can I also assume you're calling
    script functions directly from Dot Net? I couldn't get that to work either.

    (Any chance of a Hello World outline just so I can check my coding? Perhaps
    I was just having a bad day :)

    As for the 'HTML Window', I found that out by trial and error.

    Thanks!
     
    B. Chernick, Oct 20, 2004
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