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How to find the title of current web page open in webEngine

 
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actually, i need to find the location in my application before page loading and after page loading, I know it's a typical question  : rolling: but I need to know the exact link for extracting the content of.ini file which will save in the temp.    
 
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I'm confused. What do you mean by "the location in my application" and what is "the exact link for extracting the content of.ini file"? A file does not usually have a link associated with it.
 
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I mainly want to find the title of current web page open in webEngine(JavaFX)
 
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OK, I have adjusted the subject of this topic accordingly, and have moved it to the JavaFX forum; hopefully someone here knows it.

From a quick glance at the javadocs it looks as if the WebEngine class has a method to return the URL.
 
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Thanks a ton Tim for sending Java forums I hope to get the answer fast
 
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If you consult the javadocs, you should indeed find the answer very quickly.
 
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I had check that and I find the method getTitle() but It's not printing in the output screen
 
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That certainly seems the correct method. While I don't really understand what "It's not printing in the output screen" means, tell us what happens when you print the method's return value to the standard output.
 
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I mean to say that the title is not fetching and it doesn't return while I run the project.
 
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Please be more elaborate in your answers. What does "it doesn't return" mean - the method call just hangs and you have to terminate the program?

If it does in fact return:

tell us what happens when you print the method's return value to the standard output.


 
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Actually, I guess getTitle may return the contents of the <title> tag - which may not exist.

But there is another method which actually promises to return the URL. That's the one you should try.
 
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What Is That  Method which actually returns the URL?
 
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That's obvious from reading the WebEngine javadocs.
 
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