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Maintaining JavaScript Values in VIGNETTE

karthick ryan

Joined: Jul 17, 2007
Posts: 19
Hi Ranchers,
I have a complex issue to solve. I am working on vignette portal. Where so many modules will be listed down. Now, I am opening a new window from one of modules's hyperlink. I am passing the window object to a Javascript file which stores the window handler in an array.

On auto-logoff, the window gets refreshed and accesses the array of child window handlers object and closes each child window present in it and henceforth my module window which was opened gets closed.

But, instead if i click on anyother modules for request processing, my JavaScript loads fresh and so all the values stored in it gets flushed. And so now, if logout happens automatically, the values are not present. How can I overcome this?

Thanks !!!
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