WebBrowserControl.NavigateError Event (Access)

Occurs when an error occurs during navigation.

Version Added: Access 2010

expression .NavigateError(pDisp, URL, TargetFrameName, StatusCode, Cancel)

expression A variable that represents a WebBrowserControl object.

Parameters

Name

Required/Optional

Data Type

Description

pDisp

Required

Object

A pointer to an IDispatch interface for the WebBrowser object that represents the window or frame in which the navigation error occurred.

URL

Required

Variant

Contains the URL for which navigation failed.

TargetFrameName

Required

Variant

Contains the name of the frame in which to display the resource, or NULL if no named frame was targeted for the resource.

StatusCode

Required

Variant

Contains an error status code, if available.

Cancel

Required

Boolean

Specifies whether to cancel the navigation to an error page or to any further autosearch.

Return Value

nothing

This event fires before the WebBrowser control displays an error page due to an error in navigation. You can stop the display of the error page by setting the Cancel parameter to True. However, if the server contacted in the original navigation supplies its own substitute page navigation, when you set Cancel to True, it has no effect, and the navigation to the server's alternate page proceeds. For example, assume that a navigation to http://www.www.wingtiptoys.com/BigSale.htm causes this event to fire because the page does not exist. However, the server is set to redirect the navigation to http://www.www.wingtiptoys.com/home.htm. In this case, when you set Cancel to True, it has no effect, and navigation proceeds to http://www.www.wingtiptoys.com/home.htm.

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