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Issue with Navigating back(History Back)

Hi,

I have an issue in navigating back to the previous view. Below is the scenario.

1) There is a standard IC Inbox Search component: ICCMP_INBOX. On the search page I have added a new button " Dispute Search" ( In View: ICCMP_INBOX/InboxSearch )

2)On the click of this button, Dispute Case Search standard component : FSSC_DIS search page opens up. I have done this by adding FSSC_DIS component into ICCMP_INBOX as component usage and calling the inbound plug of this FSSC_DIS by creating navigation link between the ICCMP_INBOX/InboxWindow and FSSC_DIS mainwindow.

3) Navigating from Component 1 to Component 2 is successfull. That means from ICCMP_INBOX to FSSC_DIS is successful. But now the problem when i click on the history back button on the second component, it navigates to HOME page and not ICCMP_INBOX component. Please let me know how to solve this. I should get ICCMP_INBOX page when i click on the back button.I have tried RAISE EVENT history_trigger . I have written this line of code in WD_DESTROY of ICCMP_INBOX window controller. and also tried in FSSC_DIS window controller. But neither worked.

Please let me know how to achieve this functionality:

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2013 at 07:25 AM

    Anyone on this issue?

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