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Domain Access denied for window.open request

I try to open up a window with window.open in javascript. "domain.htm l"
contains domain information 'domain.school. edu'. The "Access denied" problem
happens when document.write is trying to put variable s into the new window.
Sometimes, it writes successfully, while other times the popup error is
"access denied". How to solve this problem? thanks

_______________ _____________

function setup(){
var w =
window.open("do main.html","Pri nt","menubar=ye s,toolbar=no,sc rollbars=yes,st atus=no,resizab le=yes");
w.document.doma in = 'domain.school. edu';
var message = SVGDoc.getEleme ntById("rangepl ot") ? "drawrange" : "";
var hd = crawl_down(1, document.docume ntElement, function(o){ret urn
o.tagName=="HEA D"});
// alert('Plot window is opened');
var s = "<html>"+hd.out erHTML;
s +="<body onload='printin g_only(event)'> ";
s +=document.getE lementById("plo tmenustyle").ou terHTML;
s +="<div id='demor'
style='margin-top:10;margin-left:100'>"+pat _info()+"</div><div id='msg'
msg='"+message+ "'></div>"+ftplt.out erHTML+"</body></html>";

w.document.writ e(s);
w.location.relo ad(false); //necessary to trigger onload event
}
Jul 23 '05 #1
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Wang, Jay wrote:
w.document.writ e(s);
w.location.relo ad(false); //necessary to trigger onload event


Not really, I am sure if you properly call
w.document.open ();
w.document.writ e(s);
w.document.clos e();
then the load event is fired, no need to call reload.

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Martin Honnen
http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/
Jul 23 '05 #2

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Wang, Jay wrote:
w.document.writ e(s);
w.location.relo ad(false); //necessary to trigger onload event


Not really, I am sure if you properly call
w.document.open ();
w.document.writ e(s);
w.document.clos e();
then the load event is fired, no need to call reload.


reload setting to false is needed for my program to make onload event work.
Even after I commented that line out, the access denied error still shows
up.

thanks.

Jay
Jul 23 '05 #3

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