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From Johannes.Bec...@o2.com
Subject How to open 2 windows (again)?
Date Thu, 30 Jan 2003 09:29:16 GMT
Hi,

I asked this before and I got an good answer.

>> I want to open 2 windows on one "event". The xsp (I mean the data)
>> would be the same, but the output would be: first window html, second
>> window pdf.

I was told that I couldn't handle this in the sitemap. I'd rather put an
open("thePdf") in
the onLoad-event of the html-page. Ok. Makes sense.

But in the beginning I'm passing parameters to the xsp to create the data
dynamically.
So this would mean I would have to again pass the parameters to the
html-page, which would pass
them again to the xsp page. The data there would now get created a second
time (and the pdf would be created).
Because its much data (reports with maybe up to 10.000 - 50.000 entries)
this is somehow a lousy solution.

Isn't there a simpler way to solve this "problem"?


Jonny



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