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To invoke Internet Explorer function e.g. 'Refresh' through ABAP Web Dynpro

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How to invoke Internet Explorer function e.g. 'Refresh' through ABAP Web Dynpro.

Our View contains a button "Refresh". It should work similar to the "Refresh" in the Internet Explorer.

Please suggest.

Thanx

Nageswara

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 03:45 AM

    hi nageswara......

    normally what the refresh does is it clears all the values and loads the page again......

    what you cvan do is:

    <node>->invalidate().

    this methos clears al the values that are stored in the attributes of every node.......

    you should do this for every node......

    so now your component gets cleared of all the values.....

    but the supply function will be immediately called... you need to define your own logic for that.

    ---regards,

    alex b justin

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 05:08 AM

    Hi Nageswara Reddy ,

    Triggering the refresh button on internet exporer from webdynpro is i think not possible, instead you can try like this

    yocopy all the logic from the wddoint method and handler method to a seperate method and you can call this method + invaludate all the nodes, insted of refreshing..

    Regards

    Sarath

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