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How to call function locate in window.opener

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Hi, In Parent window, i try to pop-up a child window, in the child window got a Iframe. Iframe will do some process and afterthat it will call a function in Parent window. I get the error message - "Object doesn't support this property or method"
I use the following syntaks :
window.opener.passvalue(Id);

//passvalue locate function in Parent window

Thanks.




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top.window.opener.passvalue(Id)

but that will only work if the main page has no frames!

CJ
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Thanks, it works. :)
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