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I am creating the URL iview. The web site I am accessing it automatically pops up another window. Is there any way that it can be prevented to show up the pop up window?


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  • Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 11:02 AM

    Hi Fareed,

    see -- Advanced Properties -- Open iView links in new window

    Anyhow, it should bet set to false by default!?

    Hope it helps


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  • Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 11:29 AM

    I think that in this case it is not the iView that is opening in the new window, rather it is the webpage that the iView points to that is spawning the new window.

    If this is the case I do not know of any configuration in the portal that will stop this as it is code that is being executed from the webpage.

    If you don't have control of the content of the webpage then you might like to think about a pop-up blocker.



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      Hi Fareed,

      I think there could be a way using a new ActiveX WebBrowser Object in an own URLiView:

                      response.write("<table width="100%" height="100%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><tr><td>");
                      response.write("<OBJECT id="WebBrowser1" classid="clsid:8856F961-340A-11D0-A96B-00C04FD705A2" width="100%" height="100%" border="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="ExtentX" value="23389">n");
                      response.write("<param name="ExtentY" value="15425">n");
                      response.write("<param name="ViewMode" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="Offline" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="Silent" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="RegisterAsBrowser" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="RegisterAsDropTarget" value="1">n");
                      response.write("<param name="AutoArrange" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="NoClientEdge" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="AlignLeft" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="NoWebView" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="HideFileNames" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="SingleClick" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="SingleSelection" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="NoFolders" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="Transparent" value="0">n");
                      response.write("<param name="ViewID" value="{0057D0E0-3573-11CF-AE69-08002B2E1262}">n");
                      response.write("<param name="Location" value="" + urlToOpen + "">n");

      Now, I am not sure if you can set some param that prevents PopUps, but it may be a good starting point for the solution.

      Kind regards


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