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If you are using frames then you can not use head and body tags... With iframes you do not need a frameset tag... Also I do not think that iframes act like normal frames in calling them in that manner....I thiik that might be your problem... If you are going to use the same number of iframes then you could just hardcode things in document.getElementById("iframe_name").Print(); Eric [ December 19, 2003: Message edited by: Eric Pascarello ]
For what it's worth, I needed to popup a window, submit a form to my database, create an array from the result and return it to a global variable of the window.opener. As long as the popup window was open the opener window could reference the array. But I needed to close the window because its only reason for being was the trip to the database. Nothing displayed on it. Even tougher -- the variable name needed to be based on input from the user so I couldn't predefine it on the opening window.
As soon as the window was closed I got the same error:
Error: The callee (server [not server application]) is not available and disappeared; all connections are invalid. The call did not execute.
After playing with passing back the array as an array in every way I could think of, I gave up and decided to return a string with the array values delimited. That meant having to parse the string into an array using .split() when the values were needed, but at least the kludge works.