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Dynamic navigation causing problems

Hi All.

I know it has been discussed before, but my problem is a bit more complex.

also earlier Sascha had mentioned that he created OB plugs dynamically. I am not able to know how to create those dynamically.

Okay, scenario is: My main application is dynamically embedding MANY other components based on a config table.

This I have done in the Handle_ib event of the view.

When user goes back, and comes in again, (based on some parameters in the main screen), the configuration table may change and new or less components need to be embeeded then. It is giving a dump - after debugging i found it is trying to go to previous links also which are not valid.

So far I was using DO_DYNAMIC_NAVIGATIOn, and the source OUTBOUND plug was static till now.

From other threads, I guess we have to create a new outbound plug each time.

Can someone please advise me how to go about it? Or, is there a way to delete my previous navigation links.

Thanks in adv.

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 05:41 AM

    Hi Aishi,

    I am not sure but let's give a try, try changing the life time of your second view to 'when visible' from 'framework Controlled'. it can be done on the propery tab of the corresponding view.



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      well, that's already the property of my view since i wanted the modify view to be triggered for each new input criteria.

      that's y i am more surprised, 'coz all view ui elements and everything is deleted each time. But still this error in navigation comes.

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