Rectangle 27 4

WebView myWebView = (WebView) findViewById(R.id.webview);
myWebView.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient());

Android URL redirect in webview - Stack Overflow

android webview android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

Try returning false when you are not handle the event. This is from the WebClient reference.

True if the host application wants to leave the current WebView and handle the url itself, otherwise return false.
webview.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient()
{
    // Override URL

    public boolean shouldOverrideUrlLoading(WebView view, String url)
    {
        if(url.equals("http://My 3rd page redirecting URL"))
        {                       
            Intent i = new Intent(getApplicationContext(), APImages.class);
            startActivity(i);                   
            return true;
        }           
        return false;
    }

});

I tried as u specified. I got the text dispalying as "Obect moved here" with the word "here" as a link. but if i click it nothing happens.

android - How to move another activity in webview redirecting url - St...

android webview android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

public boolean shouldOverrideUrlLoading(WebView view, String url)
{
    if(url.equals("http://My 3rd page redirecting URL"))
    {                       
        Intent i = new Intent(getApplicationContext(), APImages.class);
        startActivity(i);                   
    } else {
        webview.loadUrl(url);
    }
    return true;
}

One more thing, while opening the emulator and during first run of my app it asking security certificate with continue buttons and its redirecting to https page. but while installing the app in same emulator next time its not asking such things.

android - How to move another activity in webview redirecting url - St...

android webview android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

Basically, do not expect your embedded WebView works the same as Android default Browser. The default Browser is built on the same WebView, but there are lots a customization. (Especially around the no-standard uri, HTML5 stuff)

I followed code from here: WebView and HTML5 <video>, and I put the video link to a video tag, and I got the Video playing in my own version of WebView. The behavior is a little different from the default Browser. Given more time, we could figure that out by looking at its code, but anyways ...

Android webview url redirect - Stack Overflow

android android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

Yes, look at WebViewClient.onPageStarted(). When called (upon each redirection) you can get the url via the WebView view parameter: view.getUrl().

how would you differentiate if it's a redirected url or not ? view.getUrl() gives the url loaded in the webview.

redirect - Android Webview : know url redirection - Stack Overflow

redirect android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

The documentation is not completely clear:

If WebViewClient is provided, return true means the host application handles the url, while return false means the current WebView handles the url.

WebViewClient
WebView view

I would try returning true and firing a new intent to handle the url.

Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW);

intent.setData(Uri.parse(url));

startActivity(intent);

return true;

How to select which URL should redirect to Android browser from WebVie...

android
Rectangle 27 0

You're a lucky guy. I've come accross the same problem an hour ago.

According to the WebView reference class in the Apple documentation, you have to set a delegate that conforms to the webframeloaddelegate protocol.

[webView setFrameLoadDelegate:object];

Then in object, you have to set this method:

- (void)webView:(WebView *)sender willPerformClientRedirectToURL:(NSURL *)URL delay:(NSTimeInterval)seconds fireDate:(NSDate *)date forFrame:(WebFrame *)frame

xcode - Mac Programming Question: How do I detect the URL of a redirec...

xcode osx redirect webview
Rectangle 27 0

You can use the Webview's WebViewClient to catch the error and do whatever you see convenient. Here is a sample:

yourWebView.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient() {
    @Override
    public void onReceivedError(WebView view, int errorCode, String description, String failingUrl) {
        // TODO Auto-generated method stub
        super.onReceivedError(view, errorCode, description, failingUrl);
    }
});

Please check the attached image, I have the function you mentioned in my code already.However it does not show the error as authentication error and displays the invalid url as precondition set as in my webview

onReceivedError is not called? Try to show a toast in there or log

I am using @Override public void onReceivedError( WebView view, int errorCode, String description, String failingUrl ) { Toast.makeText(view.getContext(), "Authentication Error", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show(); super.onReceivedError(view, errorCode, description, failingUrl); } and as i mentioned it is not an authentication issue,page loads as expected but within the page the search term is not valid and hence the whole url loads the precondition thing which means te search term is invalid, so was wondering is there a way to redirect to other url if the search term is invlid

Also, I am not sure how to check the valididty of the search term, I can post more code if need be

android - How do I verify if the url entered in my webview is valid an...

android android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

webView.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient() {
    public void onPageFinished(WebView view, String url) {
         if (url.endsWith("paymentconfirmation/"))
                ((DibsPaymentScreen) getContext())
                        .setCancelDisallowed(false);
            if (callbackUrl.equals(url)
                    && statusCancelled.equals(paymentData.params
                            .get(statusKey))) {
                paymentResultListener.cancelUrlLoaded();
            } else if (callbackUrl.equals(url)
                    && statusAccepted.equals(paymentData.params
                            .get(statusKey))) {
                paymentResultListener.paymentAccepted(paymentData.params);

            } else if (!windowIsLoaded) {
                paymentWindowLoaded();
            }

            if (url.equals("http://nmotion.dk/paymentconfirmation/")) {
                            Intent intent = new Intent(getContext(),
                            RestaurantsListScreen.class);
                        intent.setFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP);
                    getContext().startActivity(intent);
                   }

            super.onPageFinished(view, url);
    }
});

why should not you call "if (url.equals("nmotion.dk/paymentconfirmation/")) { .... } " before "super.onPageFinished(view, url);"

how would you solve that?

with your code suggestion and ryoghurt code suggestions.

want to redirect webview to other intent when url loading has finished...

android android-intent android-activity webview
Rectangle 27 0

What is happening is when you click the hyperlink, that link probably has some popups inside of it. You need to define the onCreateWindow function in your webview's WebChromeClient. This handles how calls to open new windows or popups are handled.

Android webview url redirect - Stack Overflow

android android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

webView:decidePolicyForNavigationAction:
WebPolicyDelegate
webView:didReceiveServerRedirectForProvisionalLoadForFrame:
WebFrameLoadDelegate
- (void)webView:(WebView *)webView didReceiveServerRedirectForProvisionalLoadForFrame:(WebFrame *)frame {
    NSLog(@"%@",[[[[frame provisionalDataSource] request] URL] absoluteString]);
}
webView:resource:willSendRequest:redirectResponse:fromDataSource:
WebResourceLoadDelegate
- (NSURLRequest *)webView:(WebView *)sender resource:(id)identifier willSendRequest:(NSURLRequest *)request redirectResponse:(NSURLResponse *)redirectResponse fromDataSource:(WebDataSource *)dataSource {
    NSURLRequest *request = redirectResponse;
    //make any changes to and return new request
    return request;
}

Whichever way you do it, make sure you set the proper delegate on the webView in order to get the methods called.

xcode - Mac Programming Question: How do I detect the URL of a redirec...

xcode osx redirect webview
Rectangle 27 0

What I discovered, in the end, are 2 possibilities to achieve this. But it can't be done through redirection.

One: Poll for a certain variable using the webview.evalJS() function

var my_data = $.login_webview.evalJS('global.data;');

Of course, it works only with strings, not with objects. So if you're passing JSON, make sure it is set as a string!

Two: Do an actual redirection server side, to another serverside page and monitor for URL change and then do evalJS() once again, but no need for polling

$.login_webview.addEventListener('load',function(e){
if (e.url.indexOf('mobile/redirect.php') > -1){
    var my_data = $.login_webview.evalJS('global.data');
    }
 });

Just make sure, with 2 that you're actually setting the required data in Javascript using server side technology.

ios - Titanium: How to redirect from external to internal URL in webvi...

ios redirect webview titanium appcelerator
Rectangle 27 0

Try onLoadResource. This should work for webview. Sometimes onOverride function doesnt work especially when you are calling an intent.

android - How to move another activity in webview redirecting url - St...

android webview android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

After declaring your WebView you should set javascript enabled, then your WebView will work as a browser.

Android webview url redirect - Stack Overflow

android android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

You can listen to touch listeners instead of clicks like this:

webView = (WebView) findViewById(R.id.myWebViewId);

webView.setOnTouchListener(new View.OnTouchListener() {
          Uri uriUrl = Uri.parse("http://myurl.com");
          Intent launchBrowser = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, uriUrl);
          startActivity(launchBrowser);
          return true;
    }
});

click - Redirect to a particular URL after clicking anywhere on an And...

android click touch android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

WebView myWebView = (WebView) findViewById(R.id.webview);
myWebView.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient());

Android URL redirect in webview - Stack Overflow

android webview android-webview
Rectangle 27 0

you have to implement the on finish loader in the WebView WebViewCLient

webview.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient(){
    @Override
    public void onPageFinished(WebView view, String url) {
        // create your intent here
        super.onPageFinished(view, url);
    }
});
public void onPageFinished(WebView view, String url) {
   if (url.equals("http://nmotion.dk/paymentconfirmation/")) {

       Intent intent = new Intent(getContext(), RestaurantsListScreen.class);
       intent.setFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP);
       getContext().startActivity(intent);

       return true;

   } else {
            if (url.endsWith("paymentconfirmation/")){
                ((DibsPaymentScreen) getContext()).setCancelDisallowed(false);
            }
            if (callbackUrl.equals(url) && statusCancelled.equals(paymentData.params.get(statusKey))) {
                paymentResultListener.cancelUrlLoaded();

            } else if (callbackUrl.equals(url)

               && statusAccepted.equals(paymentData.params.get(statusKey))) {
                paymentResultListener.paymentAccepted(paymentData.params);

            } else if (!windowIsLoaded) {
                paymentWindowLoaded();

            }

            super.onPageFinished(view, url);

    }

please see the code and help me guys

you have to move the intent in the OnPageFinished (check there if (url.equals("nmotion.dk/paymentconfirmation/")) ) because the shouldOverrideUrlLoading prevent the webview to load the url (it's fired before the loading)

want to redirect webview to other intent when url loading has finished...

android android-intent android-activity webview
Rectangle 27 0

You should always return false in shouldOverrideUrlLoading function. Otherwise it dosen't work in some android 6 mobiles .

Change return true to return false at the end of function .

how to redirect a url after a login in webview android - Stack Overflo...

android redirect webview