Case Sensitivity


As is the case with all native .NET components, the property and method names in the native .NET version of BrowserHawk are case sensitive. This is a change from the ActiveX version of BrowserHawk, where all property and method names are not case sensitive.


With this in mind, when porting your existing BrowserHawk code from ASP to ASP.NET, or when writing new code, be careful to use the correct case for each property and method name. For example, Plugin_FlashVerEx instead of Plugin_Flashverex.


But don't worry, the .NET compiler will complain if you do not have your case correct. If you are getting a message from the compiler saying that a property name or method does not exist, and you are sure it does, chances are your capitalization is not correct.


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