Javascrript Submit then automatic back

Hello Experts,
 how do I improve my code to go back ( to blank page) after the Submit.

  <body>< TABLE  >  <TR> <TD  >
    <form name="LTXParameters" method="post" action="
l=X" >
<input type=hidden name="CUSROMER_ID"value="0000101370">
 </TD></TR> </TABLE>
<script> document.LTXParameters.submit(); 


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could you do some changes on

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madmareAuthor Commented:
the back command dos't work after submit

can you please to help via my code ?

 thanks again
madmareAuthor Commented:
yes i can make changes in the file
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madmareAuthor Commented:
I tried it
 i put the "back" command in my file after the "submit" command

 but no "back" was done

I know only this way to go back from an other page... sorry.
Please wait help of others experts.
i put the "back" command in my file after the "submit" command

The submit effectively ends the relationship between the page and the browser.  and code after the the submit will not get executed.

You have to code any re-direction on the server side.

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