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Notify method

Notifies the Dynamic HTML (DHTML) behavior about the progress of parsing the document and the element to which the behavior is attached.

Syntax


HRESULT retVal = object.Notify(lEvent, pVar);

Parameters

lEvent [in]

Type: LONG

A value of type LONG that specifies one of the following notification types.

BEHAVIOREVENT_CONTENTREADY

Received when the end tag of the element to which this Dynamic HTML (DHTML) behavior is attached is parsed. This notification indicates that the element can be accessed through a call to IElementBehaviorSite::GetElement.

BEHAVIOREVENT_CONTENTSAVE

Received when the content of the behavior is saved.

BEHAVIOREVENT_DOCUMENTREADY

Received when the entire document to which this Dynamic HTML (DHTML) behavior is attached is parsed. This notification is different from the HTMLFrameSiteEvents::onload event or IHTMLElement2::readyState property, both of which indicate that the entire document and associated content, such as images, have downloaded.

BEHAVIOREVENT_ONDOCUMENTCONTEXTCHANGE

Received when a behavior is added to or removed from a document. However, when a behavior is created in a document by way of the parser, there is no document context change notification.

BEHAVIOREVENT_APPLYSTYLE

Not currently used.

pVar [in, out]

Type: VARIANT

Reserved. Must be set to NULL.

Return value

Type: HRESULT

If this method succeeds, it returns S_OK. Otherwise, it returns an HRESULT error code.

Remarks

The oncontentready event and the ondocumentready event are used to add code that implements the following.

  • Adding to, modifying, or referencing the Document Object Model (DOM) in the primary document.
  • Creating a viewlink.

See also

Introduction to Viewlink

 

 

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