Javascript from child window to parent window

Dear Friend,

The below javascript working fine in IE7 but its not working in Firefox,
please have a look and revert where i am wrong.

what i am doing
i have a product page which contain the image field,
now i given a link which open a new window, which contain FileUpload control , a Upload Button and a Submit Button.

when user upload file successfully then he has to click on the submit button, on this the below javascript call and the parent page will refresh.

or is there any other way let me know
i am using it in asp.net.


function BackToParentPage()
{
 
window.opener.form1.submit();
window.close();
 
}

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virafhAsked:
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ddayx10Commented:
window.opener.document.form1.submit();
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virafhAuthor Commented:
no buddy its not working with firefox
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Michel PlungjanIT ExpertCommented:
Yes buddy it should.
However only if you give it a NAME of form1
Alternative is

opener.document.forms[0].submit(); // submit the 0th (first) form on the page
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ddayx10Commented:
I tested that with both FF and IE and it works... if it's not working then something else is wrong. I could only evaluate the code you showed me.

Lets see the code that's opening the new window, as well as the form declaration, and the code you put in to replace what you had to postback the form.

I suspect you have a JS error that is causing the whole thing to stop before that line runs.

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virafhAuthor Commented:
Thank You
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