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bobz
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Joined: Aug 16, 2006
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hi,
i am using 4 frames in my main.jsp. i have written a form in the content-viewer-top.jsp (i.e. one of the frames). whenever i submit the form, only the frame whihc contains the form is getting responded. i mean to say that the reponse jsp page is shown in the current frame only . i want to display the responded jsp in the entire page not in the current frame. please suggest me here. i have pasted the code below for reference.

Ben Souther
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Mario Rezende
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Joined: Dec 13, 2006
Posts: 5
Use the "target=_top" in your form tag:
<form action="page1.jsp" method="get" target="_top">

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