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Posted on 2010-09-10
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Hi,
I've tried a fews ways to make this work, but have had no luck. Is it possible to use the showModalDialog() to open a new aspx page and pass it the values from a Gridview that resides on the parent page? I tried my hand with the dialogArguments Property bit I wasn't able to nail down the correct syntax to read the values to pass along. Any thoughts on how to accomplish this?

One idea of many that looked promising:
    <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
            var ThisText = MainContent_gvwEmployeeCart.rows[1].cells[1].Column1;
            window.showModalDialog("ICertifyDocumentTraining.aspx", ThisText, "dialogHeight:300px; dialogLeft:200px;");
    </script>

Cheers,
Ty
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Question by:MedtronicVascSR
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Mohit Vijay earned 250 total points
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put alert like below

var ThisText = MainContent_gvwEmployeeCart.rows[1].cells[1].Column1;
alert(ThisText);

and check if you are getting value or not.

I think correct syntax will be

var ThisText = MainContent_gvwEmployeeCart.rows[1].cells[1].innerHTML;

I hope you know how you will get this value on other page.
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by:MedtronicVascSR
ID: 33652231
Thanks VjSoft. That accomplishes the task, though it does require careful handling since passing the  tag that comes back from innerHTML value constitutes a potential scripting attack when the pop up window displays.

I'm sure there is a more elegant/efficient way to pass the contents whole, but this will work for what I need to do.

Cheers,
Ty
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