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how to access the context

how do I access the component controller's context from a view method? I was looking at the WD_COMP_CONTROLLER attribute. The IG_COMPONENTCONTROLLER interface does not seem to have any explicit attributes for the component controller context.

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2007 at 04:59 AM

    Hi,

    Map the component controllers context to your view's context, by dragging and dropping the particular context node. Then you can access the context as your view's context itself. When you want the component controller's context shared across multiple views, map the context to each view's context.

    The wd_comp_controller attribute is to access methods inside the component controller.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Nithya

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    • Former Member Mohammed Anzy S

      Hi ,

      As suggested by all you cannot use directly context node of componentcontroller without adding this node to your view.. this can be done by drag and drop in your context node tab . Once you add this node in your view it would be mapped also so once you do any changes to this node it is reflected in coth places.

      Regards

      Anuj

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