3 Replies Latest reply on May 27, 2011 1:26 PM by philmodjunk

    GetLayoutObjectAttribute( webviewer; "content" ) creates error (Windows only)

    arnoldkegebein

      Summary

      GetLayoutObjectAttribute( webviewer; "content" ) creates error (Windows only)

      Product

      FileMaker Pro

      Version

      11.0v3

      Operating system version

      WIndows XP

      Description of the issue

      Getting the content from a web viewer might create an error message "Encountered an improper argument" and 'breaks' the data viewer.

      Steps to reproduce the problem

      1. Create a new database (tables not required).
      2. Add a web viewer to an empty layout.
      3. Use the url "http://www.filemaker-magazin.de".
      4. Name the web viewer object "wv".
      7. Still in layout mode, open the data viewer.
      8. Enter a new expression:
         GetLayoutObjectAttribut("wv"; "source")
      9. Enter a new expression:
         GetLayoutObjectAttribut("wv"; "content")
      10. Switch into browse mode.
      11. Wait until the web page is loaded.
      12. Click the first entry ("source") in the data viewer.
          -> No problem. It will show the expected result ("https://www.filemaker-magazin.de/"
      13. Click on the second entry ("content").
          -> An error message "Encountered an improper argument." will pop up one or more times.
          -> Also, the expression will vanish from the data viewer. 14. Click on the first entry again.
          -> You cannot select the entry.
      15. Doubleclick on the first entry.
          -> It will display the expression in the edit window. But when you close the window, the entry became invisible in the data viewer.
      16. Close the data viewer and open it again.
          -> The two expressions are visible again, but clicking on them will repeat the error.

      Expected result

      After executing the expressing GetLayoutObjectAttribute("wv"; "content") I expect to get the content of the webpage currently displayed in the web viewer "wv".

      Actual result

      Error message: "Encountered an improper argument" and a broken data viewer.

      Exact text of any error message(s) that appear

      Encountered an improper argument.

      Configuration information

      Parallels Desktop 5 with Windows XP on Mac OS 10.6.7

      Workaround

      No workaround found yet.