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Hi,

I need help with something but not sure what to use. I've posted this in Javascript but they really didn't help much. Can somebody tell me how I should construct a login screen that will popup after somebody clicks on a link to delete a certain item. Keep in mind i'm not asking for a login page but a little popup box so the person can type their login name and password before deleting the item in the database. Should I create this login popup with javascript or can I use java in the JSP to make this login screen? I would like to hide the user name and password in the jsp if this is possible? Can somebody give me some ideas and an example with code so I can see how to bring this all together?
 
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To create a popup window you must indeed use client-side Javascript. So your initial post on this matter was located in the correct forum. Please continue any discussion there.

If you have found the discussion thus far not helpful, you should reply to that topic (I notice you have not) further clarifying what you are trying to accomplish.
[ December 31, 2004: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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