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Close a Window -- Permission Denied?

Posted on 2006-11-13
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My system uses popup windows to show data and stores their window handles in a array (openedWindows).  On timeout, I loop through the array to close all of these windows, but I have trouble closing a window that contains a PDF.

In this section of code:
      for ( var x = 0; x < openedWindows.length; x++ )
            openedWindows[x].close();
I get the error "Permission Denied" when reaching a window containing a PDF.  Other windows (like an About... box) close just fine.

I need to find a way to close all of the popups in the array, including PDFs.

~PerlChaser~
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Michel Plungjan earned 125 total points
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If the content comes from another domain or even port, then you will not be allowed.

You can put the pdf in a frameset and close the window then:

fset.html:

<frameset rows="100%,*" onLoad="top.contentFrame.location=unescape(location.search.substring(1))">
<frame name="contentFrame" src="blank.html">
</frameset>

link:
w=new Array();
function winOpen(url) {
  w[w.length]=window.open('fset.html?'+escape(url),.....)
}

Michel
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