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JavaScript PopUp window.

Posted on 2006-11-08
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Dear Experts.

i am using ASp.Net2.0 C#
i have window and i want to open a new small window, when the user close this small window i want the parent window that called this small one to know, without postingBack the parent window, througth JavaScript.

thank you.
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Question by:RamyBouchra
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by:mattisflones
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What exactly are you trying to achieve?
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renjurdevan earned 250 total points
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call from client side script , ie if you want to open popup frm a button click

<input type="button" id= "test" onclick="open();">

function open()
{

window.open       (szURL,"mywindow","width=700,height=600,status=0,toolbar=0,scrollbars=0");

}
Here szURL = your url of the popup window. width, height  ,status... all are properties of the popup window.


and in popup window you can capture the onunload event of the body..

on onunload update a variable or hidden field in the parent window like

window.opener.GlobalVariable__Name = 1;

Regards
Renju.
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by:Bob Learned
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Sounds like window.open to me.

Bob
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by:Niraj_Singh
Niraj_Singh earned 250 total points
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 hope the code below will be helpful to u...

Include this code on ur parent window

<input type=button
   onClick=window.open("abc.aspx","Ratting","width=550,height=170,left=150,top=200,toolbar=0,status=0,");    
   value="Open Window">

On child window incude the code below....

<html>
<head>
<title>(Type a title for your page here)</title>

<SCRIPT language=JavaScript>
<!--
function win(){
window.opener.location.href="abc.aspx";
self.close();
//-->
}
</SCRIPT>


</head>

<input type=button onClick="win();" value="Close this window">

</body>
</html>

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by:rugu_16
ID: 17900388
Are you trying to refresh parent window without postback when popup is closed ? then AJAX is the way to go.
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by:yasir710
ID: 17902511

This can be done by adding a control (hidden html control, textbox control, lable control etc) on your parent page and on the Child window's function win(), assign value to that control as:

function win(){
window.opener.getElementById('txtname').value = "1";
self.close();
}

This will assign a value '1' to the parent's page control without refreshing the it.

Yasir
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by:yasir710
ID: 17904388

Forgot to add .document. The function win() will be now:

function win(){
window.opener.document.getElementById('txtCtrlname').value = "1";
self.close();
}

here 'txtCtrlname' is the name of the control  (I have used textbox) you have added.

Yasir
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