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Regd Navigation between iViews


We have two iViews (webdynpro iViews) in a workset.

I want to create a section called Alerts(iView) in a different workset. This alert iView is also webdynpro iView.

We want to show this Alert iView contents in detailed navigation.

We want to have a iView which will have two links each pointing to one iView in Workset 1. This has to be shown in Detailed Navigation. Is there anyway we could do this with minimal coding and customization.

If you need more information, plz let me know.

I tried Dynamic Navigation and related links, it is not giving me the expected results.

I tried calling one webdynpro iView from another, it is changing the page look and feel.



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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 08:53 AM

    Hi Senthil,

    Could you please explain your scenario little bit more, so that we can understand it more clearly.



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      Hi RK,

      I used AbsoluteNavigation in webdynpro and i am accessing Portal pages through this.

      Get the exact PCD location of the specific Portal Page or iView and use them in AbsoluteNavigation.

      Make sure that the user has READ permissions to access this page.



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