Specifies the type of journal used by the frame.
Assembly: System.Windows.Controls.Navigation (in System.Windows.Controls.Navigation.dll)
|If the Frame control is a top-level frame, it integrates with the browser journal; otherwise, it maintains its own journal.|
|The Frame maintains its own journal. This option can be used with any Frame.|
|The Frame integrates with the browser journal. This option can be used only with a top-level Frame; otherwise, an exception is thrown.|
You use the enumeration when setting the JournalOwnership property of the Frame class to specify whether the frame integrates with the browser journal. When a frame is integrating with the browser journal, the browser's navigation history includes navigation that has occurred within the frame. Only top-level frames can integrate with the browser journal.
The default value for the JournalOwnership property is which means the frame will integrate with the browser journal if it is a top-level frame. You set the JournalOwnership property to when you do not want the browser history to include navigation that has occurred within the frame.
For a list of the operating systems and browsers that are supported by Silverlight, see Supported Operating Systems and Browsers.