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IHlinkBrowseContext interface

[IHlinkBrowseContext may be altered or unavailable in subsequent versions of the operating system or product.]

Allows a Component Object Model (COM) object to define and manage the browse context for an Microsoft ActiveX hyperlink application.

Members

The IHlinkBrowseContext interface inherits from the IUnknown interface but does not have additional members.

Remarks

A hyperlink browse context keeps track of the order in which the object or documents (perhaps belonging to different processes) have been visited and places them in a navigation stack. The context enables or disables buttons, such as Forward or Back, for each entry in the navigation stack. In addition, the context maintains window positioning information for hyperlink targets, so that a hyperlink application can provide a seamless user interface.

Browse context objects are not required for hyperlink navigation. HlinkSimpleNavigateToString and HlinkSimpleNavigateToMoniker provide examples of navigation between hyperlink containers and hyperlink targets that do not use a browse context.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows XP

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server

Header

Hlink.h

IDL

Hlink.idl

DLL

Hlink.dll

 

 

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