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hi..

i pro-grammatically created a iframe in my child window of silver-light application.
now i try to call my child window and its open with empty.
the iframe is not loading.

below is my code:
C#
System.Windows.Browser.HtmlElement iframe;
iframe = HtmlPage.Document.CreateElement("iframe");
iframe.Id = "invisibleIframe";
iframe.SetProperty("src", "http://ilabs.uw.edu/sites/default/files/sample_0.pdf");
iframe.SetStyleAttribute("width", "800");
iframe.SetStyleAttribute("height", "600");
iframe.SetAttribute("onload", "contentLoaded"); // call a function which calls silverlight.Content.Page.Loaded() 
HtmlElement body = (HtmlElement)HtmlPage.Document.GetElementsByTagName("body")[0];
body.AppendChild(iframe);

how to tackle this issue..
need ur suggestions..

regards
gopal.s
Posted
Updated 24-Sep-12 4:44am
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Hi there, mmmm... I think that your scenario is not possible.

Investigating about your question I found this very useful article http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc221359(v=vs.95).aspx[^]

In your case, you can put the iframe on your aspx page and call it using a third party control like this[^] or using the webbrowser control of silverlight :)

In your code I see that you want to show a pdf, so I give you some solutions to show them:
http://silverlightpdf.codeplex.com/[^]

http://www.amyuni.com/en/developer/pdfsilverlight/[^]

http://dotnetslackers.com/articles/aspnet/WatermarkingPDFDocumentsUsingHttpHandlers.aspx[^] Use this with your code above ;)

Hope it helps in any way
 
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