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How to trap the file name

Hello,

Whenever User clicks on a particular document from the Search results list....I want to store the file name in a variable...any help would be highly appreciated.

Regards

V.

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2005 at 12:46 AM

    Hi Vaib,

    see Opening a document in the Same Window. - now let the link point to some AbstractPortalComponent, memorizing the file name and redirecting to KM docs component. (If this doesn't fulfill your needs, please specify the use case in detail.)

    Hope it helps

    Detlev

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      Hey Detlev,

      You was right, "_blank" is hardcoded in the class file. Here's the code snippet:-

      protected Component renderDetailsLink(IResource resource, Component comp)

      throws WcmException

      {

      Link result = new Link(IDCounter.currentID());

      result.setReference(RendererResourceLink.getResourcePropertiesLink(resource));

      <b>result.setTarget("_blank");</b> result.addComponent(comp);

      return result;

      }

      Now if you could tell me how can i re-compile it and then import it in the Portal...OR if you could re-compile it for me....i can send you the jar file to you.

      Vaib

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