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Framesets

2 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-06 19:26:32.0Z
Stephen C. DeLuca Posted on 2000-03-06 17:00:32.0Z
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I have a Web Page which uses frames. The left frame contains links to other
web pages which are displayed on the right frame when the link is clicked.
After a certain amount of time of inactivity, the session times out. If a
link is clicked on the left frame after the session times out, a "session
error" page is displayed. However, the session error pages displays in the
right frame. How do I get the session error page to display without using
the current frameset.

TIA.


Christian Knothe Posted on 2000-03-06 19:26:32.0Z
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Stephen,

you could use the JavaScript statements top.location.replace() too replace the
current windows content or window.open() to open a new window.

HTH,


Christian

"Stephen C. DeLuca" wrote:

> I have a Web Page which uses frames. The left frame contains links to other
> web pages which are displayed on the right frame when the link is clicked.
> After a certain amount of time of inactivity, the session times out. If a
> link is clicked on the left frame after the session times out, a "session
> error" page is displayed. However, the session error pages displays in the
> right frame. How do I get the session error page to display without using
> the current frameset.
>
> TIA.

--
Christian Knothe
Sybase Professional Services Germany
Christian.Knothe@sybase.com