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I want just to read the content of the page and save it to the local drive as an.txt file. This is what I have:
string e = webBrowser1.GetAttribute(“innerHTML”);
Aspose.Pdf is a commercial product and if you want to use it for free then you need to contact their customer support and ask for the license key.
I am assuming you are trying to just “automatically” download the file.
On your webpage put the location to download the pdf to:
download.href=”Your location goes here.”
On your download button Click
I am unsure if the page allows this as it has “unmanaged” code. You can test by just downloading the pdf and checking it in Acrobat Reader.
Again, if this is only a test, then this is the answer. You cannot download the pdf and go to another location.
Edit: Reading the question again and not knowing Aspose.Pdf, I would recommend trying the following:
string url = “…”; // Specify the location
string filename = “Sample.pdf”; // Specify the filename for saving
webBrowser1.Url = url; // Pass in the URL
webBrowser1.Navigate(); // Navigate the page
string e = webBrowser1.DocumentText; // Get the HTML
Now if you want to make sure the file gets downloaded use something like this:
var result = webBrowser1.DocumentStream.CopyTo(File.OpenWrite(Path.Combine(@”C:\Users\username\Desktop”, Path.GetFileName(@”YourLocation”))), 0x1FFFF);
0x1FFFF is the default. You should add a try catch and add other values to this method to play it safe. Note, you must run this method in the same thread as the webBrowser1.Navigation.
get xml attribute value of custom object
I’m currently facing an issue in an object project.
I have a Parent object (XML) and from that I want to extract some data.
These data comes as an attribute value of the parent object.
Here is a sample XML