[thelist] [SPAM] IFrame and request object issue

VOLKAN ÖZÇELİK volkan.ozcelik at gmail.com
Wed Mar 29 01:46:33 CST 2006

Someting like this may help:

- override __doPostBack postback method on the js.

function __doPostBack_override(eventTarget, eventArgument)
   /*transfer all info required from the IFRAME to hidden fields in your
container page. */

    /* then do the actual postback */
    __doPostBack(eventTarget, eventArgument);

and assuming that you are doing your action on a button click.

   var btnSubmit=document.getElementById("btnSubmit");


function btnSubmit_click(evt)
   __doPostBack_override(/*required params*/)
   return false;

Though it involves tedious work and a lot of hack, it can be done for sure.

However, why not import your IFRAME as a asp:panel to your page.

It would be a more apropriate solution imho, since;
- You will be isolating the content in a user control instead of iframe
- You will have full access to the request both from the client side and
server side.

Volkan Ozcelik
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