HTML pages for use with Authentic Browser

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HTML pages for use with Authentic Browser

If the HTML page for the Authentic plug-in is opened in Internet Explorer (32-bit or 64-bit), then it must contain the following elements:

 

An HTML OBJECT element,  which (i) causes the correct DLL for the Authentic Plug-in (32-bit or 64-bit) to be downloaded from the server to the client, and (ii) specifies the dimensions of the Authentic View window in the client's browser. The OBJECT element contains the location of the Authentic Browser plug-in. Note that the Authentic Plug-in is available in versions for 32-bit and 64-bit Internet Explorer (except 64-bit IE 10 and 11), so the correct Authentic Browser plug-in version (.cab file) must be downloaded to the client. See the section, Browser-Independent Example, for example code which automatically checks the X-bit version of Internet Explorer and downloads the correct Authentic Plug-in.
One or more HTML SCRIPT elements for defining subroutines and the handling of events. A SCRIPT element can be used to specify the XML document to be edited, and the XML Schema and SPS file on which the XML document is based.

 

 

This section is organized into the following sub-sections:

 

The OBJECT Element, which describes how the HTML OBJECT element is to be used in an HTML page for the Authentic plug-in.
The SCRIPT Element, which describes how HTML SCRIPT elements are to be used in an HTML page for the Authentic plug-in.
Examples of full HTML pages: IE Example 1: Simple and IE Example 2: Sort a Table.

 

For information about individual objects, see the respective Object descriptions in the Reference section.

 

 

Note:The Authentic Browser plug-in is supported for Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher. However the 64-bit versions of Internet Explorer 10 and 11 are not supported.

 


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