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Killing a parent Frame with out killing child frame

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I wrote an application where I am trying to kill a parent frame with
out killing the child one.

I have created a frame (F1) and if I click a button on F1 I am
getting a new frame (F2). Now, if I click a button on F2, I am getting
updated F1. Its fine. But if I close F2, both F2 and F1 are closing. I
am trying to close F2 with out closing F1, but getting mistake.

Pls suggest me how I can do this.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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That's the whole idea behind parent/child frames. Why don't you make F2 a
child of the parent of F1? Or, set F2's parent to null (orphan?)

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Dar7yl (the 7 is silent)

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I wrote an application where I am trying to kill a parent frame with
out killing the child one.

I have created a frame (F1) and if I click a button on F1 I am
getting a new frame (F2). Now, if I click a button on F2, I am getting
updated F1. Its fine. But if I close F2, both F2 and F1 are closing. I
am trying to close F2 with out closing F1, but getting mistake.

Pls suggest me how I can do this.

Jul 17 '05 #2

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