[thelist] statement order in function

Tom Dell'Aringa pixelmech at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 24 17:20:00 CDT 2002

Turns out it was a target issue, I was missing one parent. This function is being evaluated by
another javascript (its a big hairy thing) and I wonder if that is why it would not give me an
error that there was in fact, no parent.parent etc. Thanks for the suggestions!

--- Bigpant <bigpant at btinternet.com> wrote:
>   > parent.parent.frameTop.test()
>   > openPage("speclist.jsp?GeoSpaceID="+item.data);
> Not sure this is right or even relevant, but I've had trouble calling
> scripts between frames/windows before:
> Does the test() function return anything? If not, try adding a return
> statement. It just might be that the called script doesn't successfully
> pass control back to the calling script. Things do get confused with
> this sort of thing. Worth a try.
> Another thought. Perhaps the page DOES open, but inside the
> parent.parent.frameTop frame. Check your targets.
> Also, is the openPage a user defined function, or should it be
> [window].open(xyz) ?
> Phil
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