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I inherited and application that was initially built for Windows 7 OS. The application can display maps from Google Maps or Bing Maps. The error received is that the WebBrowser is being detected as an old browser that is no longer supported. I am trying to determine the best path for fixing this issue. What is the easiest way to upgrade the WebBrowser functionality so that it will work with Google and Bing maps, or any other mapping service that an end-user might want to implement. I need to find a temporary fix (band-aid) until all the code can be reworked to operate with the Windows 10.
I have some windows xp and windows 7 clients and I want to know what urls do they click.
I want to install a soft made in vb.net to monitor browsers (firefox and chrome) visited urls and send information to remote database (with public ip etc).
I googled it and it can be achieved with sqlite to query browsers stored url but i don't know how it can be done in details. So my questions are:
1. How to query browsers urls location when browser is running?
2. How to store results locally?
3. How to send and store result to remote db for further processing?
4. How to chose the right time to send information to remote db? I mean once a day or on startup. I don't have any idea.
Can someone help me with an example? Or can someone tell me how this can be done using their experiences?
I am a beginner and I have a little knowledge in vb.net and mssql databases.
I am getting strange issues when I tried to open my solution in VS 2013, there was no problem till Friday, these problems suddenly appeared. when I am trying to modify the Web Config of my WCF Service its giving me these errors within within VS
No exports were found that match the constraint:
When I am trying to run the application, VS is closing automatically, can anybody please help me, I am really not understanding what VS is trying to do, but help is needed, any help would be greatly appreciated - thanks in advance.
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