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Hi All,

I am using JSF in my application.

I use <tr:goLink text="Calculate Financials one45" onclick="callUC1001();" > </tr:goLink> to open a new page in a new window lets say window1.

I have button in the window1, when the use click the button it will close the window.

In the main window i have clicked another link which uses <tr:goLink tag it will open different window say window2.

Before opening the new window i.e. window2 it will flash window1 data for few seconds then it till show the window2.

Any idea why it is happening?

Note: When the close the window using 'X' button it will not flash the previous page data.

If anybody come across this type issue, please help me.

Regards
Kiran>
 
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I got the solutions... for commandbutton i did not use partialsubmitt attribute. After adding the partialsubmitt and assigned it to true it is working. Thanks

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