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UI Element NETWORK

Hi all,

I have few questions for UI Element NETWORK.

1- What is the use of UI Element NETWORK?Can we set its height and width?

2- When we set a Context element to it as a XSTRING and then exectue application a icon for java Applet displays and pass a information applet acf applet notinited.

After it it displaying after few minutes Loading applet failed.

What does it means.

Suggess.

Points will be sured.

Thanks

Sanket sethi

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 11:24 AM

    Hi,

    - What is the use of UI Element NETWORK?Can we set its height and width?

    It is a generic editor for network graphics. It can be used to display anything that can be visualized as a set of nodes and links between nodes

    You can set the width and height one of this should be in pixels.

    2- When we set a Context element to it as a XSTRING and then exectue application a icon for java Applet displays and pass a information applet acf applet notinited.

    It expects an XML which is based on its schema

    http://graphics1.wdf.sap.corp:1080/jnet/devdocs/schema/xml-spy/jnet-schema.html

    using-the-network-ui-element

    Regards

    Ayyapparaj

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