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Dear all,
How get passed Parameter to parent window from inside frame?

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by:Zyloch
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Hi

Can you elaborate a little? Are you passing a variable that is inside the frame to the parent? Or do you want a variable that was set in the parent window? If the latter, you can use parent.variableName.

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Zyloch
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by:ethar1
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I want a variable that was "SENT" to the parent window

http://xx.com/x.asp?param1=t


I want to get param1 from frame window.
Thanks
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Zyloch earned 250 total points
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Sure. Do this:

var paramName = "param1";

var param = parent.location.href.split("?")[1].split("&");
for (var i=0;i<param.length;i++) {
   if (param[i].indexOf(paramName)!=-1) {
      param = param[i].split("=")[1];
   }
}

Now, if the param was sent, variable param should equal whatever is after param1. (Of course, you might have to change paramName.
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by:ethar1
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Thanks very much
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by:ethar1
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This is answer my question perfectly, but I have one more question,
the value now stored in javascript , how can pass it to asp code?
Thanks.
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by:Zyloch
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You have to refresh the page and attach it to the end of your URL in the frame. That's the only way, then you can pick it out with ASP. For instance:

self.location=self.location.href+param;

Then grab it out of the URL with ASP.
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