Its no doubt that data transmission through internet is via packets. Is there any way to capture the data, packet by packet? My purpose is to capture each and every data packet to do some processing. How can I do that? Any suggestions and locations where I cant get enough information are welcome.
I need a serious help.I have written an activex control which changes the default drop behaviour of IE in which my control is loaded.For this I am Using the shodocvw.dll and finding all running instances of IE and from the UserControl parent property I am determining the IE instance which has the activeX loaded.After determining I am changing the RegisterasDropTarget property to False(at Run Time).All this is done in the UserControl show event.How ever there is a serious problem.After opening the html page in IE if i drop a .txt file in the browser (then the browser is opening it).This is the default behaviour of IE which i want to Override.Then if I click back and then again drop the .txt file then I see that the default behaviour is overridden (as expected).Amazingly If I load the same html file in a WEbBrowser Control inside a VB form and change the RegisterasDropTarget property to false(design time) then it is working perfectly from the beginning.
Can Anybody help me get a solution on this.I cannot proceed further with my ActiveX Control before resolving this bug.
Thanks and Regards
Internet programming problem
Posted by agrawvis
on 11/23/2006 12:33pm
If you have the solution please reply(firstname.lastname@example.org)
My question isn't simple I have spend some time attempting to locate a answer but have found little or no information. I would like to know how to "listen"/"snoop" on applications using a embedded IE window/MSHTML control. These application have implemented their own "window" or frame in a MDI application that acts as a browser gateway. A exmple of such a application is the MSDN Library application.