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In a RadGrid_ItemCreated sub....

I am assigning this to a hyperlink in the grid itself
DirectCast(dataItem.FindControl("LinkName"), HyperLink).Attributes("onclick") = "return window.radopen('EmployeeContact.aspx?MyLeads=1&ispop=1&IndividualID=" & IndividualID & "" & "','ViewContact');"

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This opens a RadWindow and what I need is On that popped up RadWindow close ....

To refresh the parent page
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<script type="text/javascript">

    function OnChildWindowClosed(sender, eventArgs) {
        document.location.reload(); // there may be a cleaner way to do the refresh
    }

</script>

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Attach that to the onclientclose of your radwindow.

Note that it's also possible to have a hidden button and invoke a click if you don't want to reload the page and do an ajax call instead.

Full reference:
http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/aspnet-ajax/controls/window/client-side-programming/events/onclientclose
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Kyle...
The example uses the html control RadWindow to control the opening

I am using server side code.
The window that opens is a vb.net aspx page with a MasterPage wrapper.

I found this code.... but where do I place that (or something similar) since it is in a MasterPage?
The MasterPage itself cannot be changed
<script>
    window.onunload = refreshParent;
    function refreshParent() {
        window.opener.location.reload();
    }
</script>
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If the popup window is being called from the master page then that code needs to be in the master page itself.  

I guess you can always register a startup script on the page_load of a content page, but that seems hacky and rather counter-intuitive.

Or is the master page referencing some external javascript  (EG: in the header a link to Scripts/Script.js or something)?  If you can modify the javascript that the page references, you wouldn't be modifying the master page per se.
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Great answer
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