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Deepa More
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Is there any way to hide address bar when window is opened using :


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Eric Pascarello
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Only way to hide the address bar is to use window.open().

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Deepa More
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Ok, then is it possible to send all form bean elements to window.open() method, actually previously I used to send it by submitting form. I am aware of only one method that is by adding paramteres to url (you can say querystring). Is there any easier method to do this?

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Subhadip Chatterjee
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Joined: Dec 12, 2006
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Hi deepa,
"window.opener" will give you a reference to you parent window, inside the pop-up.with this you can access you parent page's form-fields, as
"window.opener.document.<form_name>.<field_name>.value"

I hope you will do some R&D on this, so happy hunting.


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Deepa More
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That means I have to open the window first, then pass parameter of parent window for submission on load of child window?
 
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