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Can session variables be stored in HTML

 
Gaurav Chikara
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In my case I have an HTML with some hidden fields
On click of a hyperlink I popup another jsp containing some input text fields now if i want that whtever i entered in input fields should be stored in parent HTML hidden fields
Now on click of submit button of this jsp i m storing all the values in some session
Is now it is possible in any case that these session values can be retrived in my parent HTML hidden fields
 
shashank hiwarkar1
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Gaurav,

I doubt,
The session variables are stored on client side.
If u use jsp instead of ur HTML page then these variables can be stored. But with html i think u can not retrieve those session variables in Html

If anybody is having the other ideas then let me know
Shashank
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hemanth kumar
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Originally posted by Gaurav Chikara:
In my case I have an HTML with some hidden fields
On click of a hyperlink I popup another jsp containing some input text fields now if i want that whtever i entered in input fields should be stored in parent HTML hidden fields
Now on click of submit button of this jsp i m storing all the values in some session
Is now it is possible in any case that these session values can be retrived in my parent HTML hidden fields

Let me be sure
What u want is that when a user clicks page A, Page B opens up and some data that is entered in Page B should be stored in Page A also .right !!!
Based on this assumption,my answer is that it is possible to do this using JavaScript.
Here's a statement which u can put in ur Java Script function when u click on submit.
window.opener.document.forms[0].txtToR.value = document.frmTest.txtTest.value
here txtToR is a text control on main page i.e. Page A and txtTest.value is the value on Page B.
Here window.opener keyword refers to the Parent page.
Hope this helps
Hemanth
 
Gaurav Chikara
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Hi Hemant thnkx for the help
U r great
I wish I cud also become like u


[This message has been edited by Gaurav Chikara (edited April 02, 2001).]
 
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