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Make a C# WinForm Call a JS code in a Data server??!!

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 17, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
 
Hi... 
I have a situation as follows:
My company has its Customers Data stored in a server, and we as employees use Internet Explorer to find the data needed through a page that contains some textboxes to supply info to the server and some other textboxes that shows Data retrieved from server. So fro example I put the customerID in a textbox, press the search button near this textbox, and I get the customerName and customerAge and so on in another textboxes in the same webpage. I konw this is done via JavaScripts.

I hope the scene is clear, Now when I need to print a report about certain customer I have to copy/paste every single textbox content to Word individually.

So I know how to export from C# to Word or at least to Excel .., But is it possible to make a C# WinForms App that can read the contents of these textboxes OR call the JS function that is executed when I press the (Search) button shown in the IE WebPage.

I dont know if my question is clear enough but I hope you can help me. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance



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