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Rob Hunter
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I'll make this short as possible:
2 windows.
First window is running a perl/cgi script. When it executes it generates a page that (in an in-line javascript on the HTML page generated) is then opened into a new window (i.e. the second of the 2 windows).
If I run the application again another new window opens.
I want the new content generated to replace the first window's content.
Is there an easy way of doing this? Thanks.

Rob
Rob Hunter
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Rob Hunter
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Taking your advice (or rather the advice of the link provided) I was wondering if anyone reading my original post had any additional questions that might make the problem I'm having any clearer? I really need to figure out something for this and would really appreciate some help on this subject. Thanks again.

Rob
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Closed at author's request. Please see http://www.coderanch.com/t/117130/HTML-JavaScript/Window.
 
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