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iView Exception

I have two iviews in a page.

How should a handle timeout issue,the data is lost within 2 or 3 minutes this iview gets id from other iview(thru eventing) in the same page. Please help..

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2005 at 06:31 PM

    Geogi,

    Not sure how clientdatabag will work in my case, also there is limit on how much data it can hold right?

    My problem is i have a model which display these two columns for e.g

    <u><b>column1</b></u> <u><b> column2</b></u>

    Class1 http://www.java.com

    Class2 http://www.cnn.com

    when i preview the iview data is there i mean the links will work but after assigning to a page, the data collapses i mean the links will not work, somehow the model data is getting cleared. and it gives portal runtime error.

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      Hi Tegala

      In the sys admin->sys config->service config->applications-com.sap.portal.epcf.loader->Services.

      Right click on epcf loader ->configure->property.

      Set the framework level to 1.

      The clientdatabag is implemented as a cookie in the browser for framework level 1 and is stored as java class attribute for framework level 2. So setting in the cookie may help better. Also there is no restriction in the number of databag variables, only unique name has to be there.

      Regards

      Geogi

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 07:45 PM

    Detlev,

    I did set them as URL Isolated, I am using Standard MSS Team viewer iview in Dynamic navigation,and I have a custom iview(It gets Pernr from team viewer) both are on same page.

    I am storing the data in tableviewmodel,my table has lot of links to external sites, when i click on the links it gives portal runtime.

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 04:04 PM

    Hi tegala

    The data can be saved in clientdatabag instead of passing directly. Then you can read from it at any time.

    EPCM.storeClientData ( 'urn:myNameSpace', 'myvarname', myvarvalue);

    In the receving iview

    value = EPCM.loadclientdata('urn:myNameSpace', 'myvarname');

    Regards

    Geogi

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 04:45 PM

    Geogi,

    Thanks,

    Let me be more clear

    I have a report iView which gets 7 columns and 20 rows, the iView collapses withing 2 or 3 minutes. My report basically has links, I am passing Id's thru these links to call another portal component.If i have to refill the bean can you please explain how to achieve this.. Thanks..

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    • Hi Tegala,

      a timeout of two or three minutes seems to be very unprobable. Have you set isolation mode to URL isolated (instead of embedded). If not, try to, for both iViews.

      > the iView collapses withing 2 or 3 minutes

      ?!?! Could you explain this more detailed? I cannot imagine what happens from your description?!

      Hope it helps

      Detlev

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2005 at 03:44 PM

    Finally was able to solve by rebuilding the model again

    if (mybean.model == null)

    {

    getRFCdata()

    }

    Thanks for your time and help . I have assigned full points.

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