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argumented Page Viewer Webparts

  Asked By: Evelyn    Date: Oct 23    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1797

Does anyone have an example of one webpart taking input from the user
and then feeding it to the URL property of a page viewer webpart?

Can this be done?

So for example, one web part would have a text box where the user could
type in a value (Ex. 1234)

And this would connect to the page viewer web-part and load the page:


If the user typed in 5678 it would then instead load:


Any examples, code or any information pertaining on how to accomplish
this would be great.



2 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Tina Owens     Answered On: Oct 23

The page  viewer doesn't take web  part connections, but it would be
pretty simple to do what you ask with normal HTML. Instead of using a
page viewer, just edit in SharePoint Designer and add an iFrame with a
name property, then add a form with the target set to the iframe name,
the action to the base URL (everything before the ? in your example) and
a single text  form field named "section".

Answer #2    Answered By: Tiana Whitaker     Answered On: Oct 23

How abouttwo page  Viewer web  Parts/ One web part  displays a web page with a
form that submits to the page that is viewed in the other web part.

Web Part One: Please enter the Section that you want to view : And the
web page that gets posted to takes the value from the form and displays the

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