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Problem with HTML frames

 
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Hello to all.My problem is that i am using four frames means four html files in one html file.On the right frame,i am using <form> with two textboxes for id and password for sending to jsp file.I want three action on the click of submit button
1.Values of textboxes should be send to jsp file.
2.In response, the html file in right frame should be change to another html file.
3.The html file in left frame should be change to another file.
I tried my best but only two out of three actions is to be happen i.e the data send and html change in that frame from which the data is send or html files change with other html files but the data does not send.
Plz give me the solution how to do it.

[This message has been edited by Abdul Nasir (edited August 03, 2001).]
 
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I suppose this problem may be solute using javascript.
In frame which you send you load page with script which change location in other frame. Its may hope you.
But in my pratice i try to don't use frames with dinamical sites.
 
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Not sure the answer to your question but I find whenever I have questions of this nature that a solution can be found at www.irt.org. They have an excellent series of FAQs on Javascript,HTML,frames,etc. An excellent resource I can not recommend highly enough.
 
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