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how to use frameset for dynamic loading pages?

 
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We have a returned page with two tables, each table one dictionary returned from database with bunch of values (may or may not) and we are displaying these tables side by side. Our requirement needs to compare values side by side (by scrolling one frame) but values returned in each in different order, in order to compare, we must use HTML frameset.
In general the frameset works with htm src


In our code we returning dictionaries dynamically, but frame tag is expecting src as htm page. How do we manage to show the data in frames?
 
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Why frames? Why not place them in scrolling divs?

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Hi Eric, thanks for replying.

thats good idea and its working very easy what we are expecting, but need to implement more handy, like from left side table if we need to compare a value from the right side table, we need to scroll right one to place exact location. the problem is if that value is in the last position we can't match side by side. Is there any javascript/or any idea/clue/code which will include empty when scrolling more even we reached dead of the table?
 
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