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Moving data from popup to parent

 
Nicolas Flammel
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I have a jsp page which contains a radio button that brings a text area when clicked along with a hyperlink. The hyperlink opens a pop up window when clicked. The pop up window populates few values in a table with checkboxes to select them. There is a button that must send the selected vales to the parent page into the textarea when clicked.

How can this be done? Please provide code.
 
Ali Gohar
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Nobody can provide you code like this

Try to write the code yourself and if you find any problem in that then you can post here. First of all i haven't understood what you are trying to say?
 
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As Ali said, this is not the place to come to have someone do your work for you. It is the place to come for help on writing your code.

Additionally, this needs to be done with client-side technology so I'm moving this along to the HTML/Javascript forum.
 
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Hint: your popup will have access to its opening page through a variable named opener.
 
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What helps me a lot for this kind of requirements: I open the popup and retain the handle. Then I set a variable of that window to the form I want to send the variables back. This way you have direct access to the underlying fields. Shortens your code quite a bit.
Hth
;-) stw
P.s.: Stick to DOM methods, then it will work X-Browser.
 
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