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WebViewLongRunningScriptDetectedEventArgs.ExecutionTime Property


Gets the number of milliseconds that the WebView control has been executing a long-running script.

 property TimeSpan ExecutionTime { TimeSpan get(); };
TimeSpan ExecutionTime();
public System.TimeSpan ExecutionTime { get; }
var timeSpan = webViewLongRunningScriptDetectedEventArgs.executionTime;
Public ReadOnly Property ExecutionTime As TimeSpan

Property Value

The number of milliseconds the script has been running.


If the script is still running after 5 seconds, the app will hang. To halt the script, set the StopPageScriptExecution property to true. The halted script will not resume for the lifetime of the WebView.

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