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Unfortunately, that means refreshing the page alot.
So, I started off using an iframe page to refresh the content i wanted. the only problem was that the urls i used to login and set the customer ID would go to another page.
So I tried to create a frameset document. However, the .asp pages completely ignored the frameset information.
My first page was as follows:
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="10, alarm.html">
<body topmargin=0 bottommargin=0 leftmargin=0 rightmargin=0 leftmargin=0 OnUnload="history.back();">
<form name="form1" method="post" action="https://example.com/processlogin.asp" target="#iframe"><input type="hidden" name="loginUser" value="****"><input type="hidden" name="loginPw" value="****"><input type="submit" name="PA Login" value="Login" class="Button"></form></td>
CS#: <input type="text" name="cs_no" size=12 maxlength=10>
<input type="submit" name="Submit" value="Search" class="Button">
var strValue1 = document.form1.cs_no.value;
var strUrl = "https://example.com/accountselect.asp?cs_no=" + strValue1;
top.location = strUrl;
<iframe name="iframe" width="100%" height="100%" src="https://example.com/historylist.asp?start_date=12/12/200&sortorder=D">
The second attempt was with frameset documents:
<FRAMESET cols="600, *">
<FRAME src="https://example.com/historylist.asp?start_date=12/12/200&sortorder=D" name="alarm" target="_self">
<FRAMESET rows="50%, 50%">
<FRAME src="https://example.com/processlogin.asp?loginUser=****&loginPw=****" name="login" target="_self">
<FRAME src="https://example.com/accountquery.asp" name="cid" target="_self">
Now, I know, this is not my site. I'm a legal client of < this company >. I have a valid user name and password. What I'm looking for is to use the same login information I have, the same CID query, and the same display categories to input into my own framesets, iframes, or whatever. I DON'T have access to their server, but I do know what variables I need to know and access.
Is there a way where I can make a client side page that pulls the information I want from the .asp server and formats it the way I want without having to actually run it on the .asp server or have them change what they are doing?
I saw some previous posts on here that seemed to indicate that I could embed asp directives into my URL's.
I don't know. I could sure use some help.
[edited by: tedster at 8:43 am (utc) on Dec. 12, 2007]
[edit reason] use generic information - not specifics [/edit]