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Hi,
I have a parent frame from which I can open a child frame (another window). I can select a value form a drop down in the child, based on that value I want to fill some text fields in parent. How to get this functionality.
In other words, from a child window, I must be able to fill data in parent window.
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sim sim.
 
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all you need to do is
opener.document.FormName.ElementName.value="blah"
 
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HI Al,
Thanks very much.
Regards,
Sim Sim.
 
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