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Stop the browser

Updated on October 19, 2022

Use the BrowserStopMethod property to determine what happens in the browser when the adapter stops.

You can choose from the following options.

  • LeaveRunning — Do not stop any documents, just stop the adapter. Typically, this option is not used.
  • StopBrowser — Shut down the browser entirely. Keep in mind that if you have more than one Chrome or Edge Universal Web Adapter running and you stop the browser, the other adapters will have all of their documents destroyed.
  • StopMatchedDocuments — Stop all documents which the adapter has matched to webpage controls.
  • StopTrackedDocuments (default) — Stop all documents that the adapter has processed. If you have not set up the AcceptedDomains property, this option is equivalent to the StopBrowser option since the adapter processes all documents, regardless of whether they matched.

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