As described in HTML iFrame (https://www.tutorialrepublic.com/html-tutorial/html-iframes.php
) An iframe or inline frame is used to display external objects including other web pages within a web page. The HTML for implementing an iframe looks like the following:
<iframe src="the URL">
text to be displayed on browsers that do not support iframe
There are two parts to these instructions, creating the AppBuilder code and creating the HTML.
Creating the AppBuilder code:
1) Start the AppBuilder (Start->Progress->OpenEdge->AppBuilder)
2) Create a window (File->New->Window), the window appears.
3) Add the OCX control to the window
3a) Click the OCX control icon on the pallette
3b) The choose Control window appears
3c) Select the Microsoft Web Browser control (C:\Windows\SysWOW64\iframe)
3d) Click OK
4) Place the control onto the window.
5) The name of the object (Web Browser) is needed.
5a) Click the edit code icon on the toolbar.
5b) The Section editor appears, set the section to the section of code where the web browser control will be referenced.
5c) Click the insert menu item
5d) Click the Object Name... menu item
5e) The Code References page appears. In this case the object needed is chCtrlFrame:WebBrowser
5f) In a small test case, select Main Block. Find where Run enable_UI is located, place the cursor on the line just
after Run enable_UI and click the insert button on the Code References page, after selecting the web browser object. This inserts the
object name into the code.
5g) Add the Navigate method to the object and the HTML file or URL that the web browser should open.
6) The web page with the iframe looks like the following:
Creating the HTML code:
The following is the HTML code that is included in the iframe. For test purposes it is located at C:\simplepage.html
Simple HTML file
For testing iframe
The HTML code that creates the iframe and includes simplepage.html is as follows: