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Change the value of ondblclick event

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Hi, how can I change the value of ondblclick in the following code?
<tr style="display:none" onmouseover="javascript:parent.frames['leftFrame'].document.forms.Details.FileName.value='';parent.frames['leftFrame'].document.forms.Details.fileType.value='';parent.frames['leftFrame'].document.forms.Details.fileDateCreated.value='Date Created:';parent.frames['leftFrame'].document.forms.Details.FileDateAccessed.value='Date Accessed:'; parent.frames['leftFrame'].document.forms.Details.FileDateModefied.value='Date Modified:'; parent.frames['leftFrame'].document.forms.Details.FileSize.value='';" ondblclick="javascript:window.location.href='?action=viewfolder&path='" bgcolor="><font face="verdana" size="1"><td onclick="javascript:changeColor(this,event);" bgcolor="" align="left" valign="bottom">&nbsp;<input type="hidden" value='' id="folder" name="folder"/><INPUT style="display:none" onclick="javascript:parent.frames['topFrame'].document.getElementById('DeleteSelected').src='images/ico_del_on.gif';changeColor(checkfolder)" type=checkbox name="checkfolder" value='' ></td> <td onclick="javascript:changeColor(this,event);" bgcolor="" align="left" width="30%" valign=""bottom"" ><img src=""images/folder.gif"" > </td><td onclick="javascript:changeColor(this,event);"  align=""center"" width="15%" valign="bottom">folder</td><td onclick="javascript:changeColor(this,event);" bgcolor="" align="center" valign=""bottom"">&nbsp; </td><td onclick="javascript:changeColor(this,event);" bgcolor="" align="center" valign="bottom"></td><td onclick="javascript:changeColor(this,event);" bgcolor="" align="center" valign="bottom"><a target="BodyFrame" href="?action=RenameFolder&path=&folder="><img border=0  src=images/rename1.gif title="rename folder" width="20" ></a> <a target="BodyFrame" href="?action=deletefolder&path=&folder="><img border=0 title=delete src=images/ico_del_on.gif></a>&nbsp; <a target="BodyFrame" href="zipfolder.asp?f="><img border="0" title="zip file" width="15" hight="15" src="images/zip.gif"></a></td></tr>

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That is an invisible row.
How do you access that row by script?
The script to change the event hanler is like this:

theRow.ondblclick = function(){window.location.href='?action=viewfolder&path=' };

Or like this:
theRow.ondblclick = new Function("window.location.href='?action=viewfolder&path=' ");
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