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Multiple instances of a view

I need to use multiple instances of a view within a window. I've been through the tutorial on component usage (with the 2 image views, etc.), but I need to have over 10 instances of the same view each with their own context values, etc., and setting up a component usage for each seems counter-productive.

Is there an easier way of having multiple view instances?

Thanks,

Cindy

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    Apr 24, 2006 at 09:58 PM

    Cindy,

    In fact, this is "right way" -- encapsulate "view entry" functionality into one WD component, then create N usages to this component from some other (embedding) component. Btw, it is possible to create and assemble such usages dynamically.

    The overhead of such component usages will not exceed (significantly) other startegies (say, dynamically create 10xN grid of controls in one view).

    VS

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Thanks Bala and Valery.

      I had searched the forum for the topic but I must not have used the right combination of words. 😊

      These forum posts look like what I need.

      Thanks again,

      Cindy