Flash and Javascript -DOM question

Hi ees.

Is it possible for flash thats embedded in a html page, to call a javascript function  that's residing in a different js page?

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Well javascript can do that, if the name of the different js-page is known.

So you can have flash calling a Js-function on its own page, that js-function calls a js-function on another page. Would that be a solution?

If the function is simple enough then you could do it directly from flash:
blue-genieAuthor Commented:
df, help me out here....

lets say my page is launchapi.js

the current page where the swf is embedded is content.htm

i have a javascript function in launchapi.js called LMSIntialise();

how do i set the location and all that?

(me don't get the dom thing)

launchapi.js is not Actually another page, it is an external javascript file. So you link it in your content.htm so it can be used by content.htm

<script language="javascript" src="launchapi.js"</script>

In flash (embeded inside content.htm) you can have the following action connected to a button for example:

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