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How do I reload an aspx file that is displayed in a frame?

Hello:

I have a weblayout that uses frames. It has three frames, one on the top
that displayes the header (header.aspx), one on the left that displays the
system menu (menu.aspx) and one on the right that different application forms
are displayed in.

I have an Login button on my login screen that is displayed in the right
frame. When the user clicks on this Login button, it validates the user id
and password. If the validation is passes, it should then enable/disable menu
options that are displayed in the left frame.

I can validate the user but I do not know how I can reload the Menu.ASPX
that is displayed in another frame.

I am even resigned to accepting the browser refresh that pretty much does
this. But I don't know how to programmtically refresh all the frames.

Any help you can provide will be appreciated.

Can somebody tell me how I can do this? Thanks.

Venki

Nov 19 '05 #1
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You have to olay around with javascript. Either
1) You reload you menu.aspx by using javascript
2) You enable and disable menu directly by using javascript.

I would suggest to make it ASCX and make life easy.

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Nov 19 '05 #2
Shiv:

What is a ASCX file?

"sh**********@yahoo.com" wrote:
You have to olay around with javascript. Either
1) You reload you menu.aspx by using javascript
2) You enable and disable menu directly by using javascript.

I would suggest to make it ASCX and make life easy.

-------
Regards ,
C#, VB.NET , SQL SERVER , UML , DESIGN Patterns Interview question book
http://www.geocities.com/dotnetinterviews/
My Interview Blog
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Nov 19 '05 #3

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