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Ohsha
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Ohsha asked on 26 Mar 2013, 02:48 PM
Hi,

I'm wondering if there is any workaround to issue a second-browser activity without interfering with the current browser activity.

Describing in real browser terms, basically I want to perform a series of operations with my current browser window, but want to launch a second browser instance and check other urls. For example, my web app has front end and back end, when a user logged in from the front end, I can verify from the back end url that "Authentication OK". The problem is that I can't jump from front end to back end to check it, because the browser will think I've left my front end, and I can't continue on without starting all over again from log in.

It sounds complicated, but all that I want to do now is to change the following customize code

// Navigate to : 'http://google.com/'
ActiveBrowser.NavigateTo("http://google.com", false);


into not using ActiveBrowser, but something else (second-browser).

I hope a workaround is possible.
Please help.

Thanks

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Cody
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answered on 26 Mar 2013, 02:57 PM
Hi Ohsha,

Yes there is a way to do this as documented in this article. You cannot change which browser ActiveBrowser points to, but you can launch a new browser and then point to it using the Manager.Browsers[ ] array.

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answered on 26 Mar 2013, 04:40 PM
Wonderful.
That works perfectly.
Thanks a lot. 
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