This is an issue i'm having and I can't seem to overcome this ... please help.
Then, you have this command in your eValid script:
where all of these parameters have their usual eValid meaning.
To remind you: "wid" is the window id,and that is "0" if you are in the topmost window (the parent window).
If you don't have frames to worry about you can leave that argument off; it will be assumed "" (empty).
Note that you can also pass argument values explicitly to the browser.
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