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Joined: Jul 23, 2001
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I have used to javascript to popup a new windown with a form in it. When the user has finished filling out the information properly, the pop-up window post the user entry to a servlet which performs server-side checking and registers the user's information into a database. Once the checking is done I want the user data to be rendered (lack of a better word) to the original parent window. Can this be done? If so how?
Siva Jagadeesan
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It can be done using javascript

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