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Framesets - Event in frame 'A' triggering update of frame 'B' -How ?

JAW
I have a frameset that contains frames (top and bottom). In the bottopm frame I have a datagrid, with a command button
on the first column of the grid. When I click on the button for the appropiate row of data, I retreive information from
the row of the datagrid and place this information into session variables for the other frame to retrieve. No problem so
far. What I want to do is then trigger a update (repost ?) of the data in frame 'B', but I can not figure out how I tell
the server to update this frame. I do not want to update frame 'A'. So far this is all written in VB.NET, with the asp
files (the two frames) having no code/script in them, just basic HTML information.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

Jerry
Nov 21 '05 #1
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JAW,

Framesets are not including in the current version of ASPNET AFAIK it is in
the next.

I give you very few change on a lot of answers in this newsgroup.
However I thought that I had seen workarounds.

When I was you I would ask this in the newsgroup

Microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.aspnet

This does not helps much, however maybe it does.

Cor

"JAW" <yo*****@noserver.com>
I have a frameset that contains frames (top and bottom). In the bottopm
frame I have a datagrid, with a command button on the first column of the
grid. When I click on the button for the appropiate row of data, I retreive
information from the row of the datagrid and place this information into
session variables for the other frame to retrieve. No problem so far. What
I want to do is then trigger a update (repost ?) of the data in frame 'B',
but I can not figure out how I tell the server to update this frame. I do
not want to update frame 'A'. So far this is all written in VB.NET, with
the asp files (the two frames) having no code/script in them, just basic
HTML information.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

Jerry

Nov 21 '05 #2

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