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Multi Component in SAPUI5

Dear All,

I am sure that SAPUI5 supports multi Component in SAPUI5. But I am not able to demonstrate practically.

What I have done is:

1) Created a SAPUI5 Application with a Component code as :"test.Component");

  createContent : function(){
 // this.oButton = new sap.m.Button()
  return new sap.m.Button({text:"login"})
   myButton : function(){
    return new sap.m.Button({text:"login"});

It works fine as individual Application, now I have created another SAPUI5 Application and created a component code as:-"test2.Component");"test", "")"test.Component");

  createContent : function(){

  return test.Component.myButton();


I am blur at what to define at line no 2 :"test", "<what to define here>");

both applications are deployed to the same server.

Please advice.



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    Posted on Jan 29, 2016 at 01:57 PM


    We need to create an instance of Component where we are calling (inside calling component)

    var ocomp1 = sap.ui.getCore().createComponent({
      name : "test", // name of the component from it's declaration part
      url : "/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/z_comp1" // path if the BSP Application
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      Hi Devender,

      Did you try to access this in eclipse instead of testing and pointing to bsp application in your server.

      Because i am unable to access component of application 2 in application 1.

      I have a application called "dealapp" and component name is and maintained resource roots as "": "../../dealapp", in index.html of application 1. I checked in network tab of application 1, it is calling to http://localhost:51169/dealapp/Component.js with 404 error.

      Can you help me!!!



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