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How to force PostBack

 
 
Tony
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      11-19-2003
my screen is composed of 2 frames.
the left frame has a treeView control, and the right frame
display info about the selected node from the left frame.
In some cases , I need to fire the PostBack event of the
left frame, from the right frame .
How can I do it ??
thanks for any help
 
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MSFT
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      11-20-2003
Hi Tony,

In the Right frame, you can access the compnents in left frame with some
client script, for example:

WINDOW.PARENT.FRAMES(1).DOCUMENT.FORMS(0)

To fire the PostBack event of the left frame, you may call the Form
component's Submit method.

Hope this help,

Luke
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