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can any one tell me how to pass parameters through IFRAME instead of embedding to URL.here u can't get the parameters through request b'cos
u r not submitting the form.if i've tens of parameters needs to be passed to IFRAME how can i do it.is there anyway to keep the target of the PAGEFORM to the IFRAME.

Thanks in advance,
Chandu.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch chandu,

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I'm not sure if I got your question right, but regarding IFRAMES you can pass the parameters in the query string. or you can have a form in the IFRAME which can submit to the URL and load itself back.

You can also change the URL by javascript like
 
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Javascript not Java
 
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