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Passing control and values between BSP Applications


I have two BSP applications. I am able to pass the control from the first BSP application to the other but, I face a problem after that. If I trigger any event in the 2nd BSP application, the control goes to the DO_HANDLE_EVENT of the 2nd application after which it goes to the 1st application's main controller. By this time, all the values that i set in the second BSP application are getting cleared. This problem is mainly because 2 seperate model classes are maintained for the 2 applications. So the values assigned to the attributes of the model class of each, are getting refreshed when I switch between Applications. Could somebody tell me how to handle this?

Thanks in Advance.


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  • Posted on May 27, 2008 at 12:42 PM

    the content in this post and [in this post|Passing control from 1 BSP application to another BSP Application; are verbatim.

    why? is it the same person with two different Ids or two differnt people working in the same project?


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      Hi All,

      Thanks for all the replies that I received. I have found a solution for the issue that I explained.

      To store the global attributes of two BSP Applications, an APPLICATION CLASS can be used. In the Properties Tab of the 2 BSP Applications that you wanu link, specify the same Application class.

      Define all the common/global attributes within this Application class as STATIC Attributes. Similarly you can define Static Methods also, if needed.

      Accessing the Application Class' Attributes:

      - In Page

      Can directly use the 'application' object.

      Eg. application->attribute1

      - In Controller

      Define an instance for this Application Class and assign the application object to the new instance.

      Eg. appl type ref to zappl_class.

      appl ?= application.


      This helps in retaining the values when we move from 1 BSP Application to another.

      Thanks again for all the prompt replies.


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