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create different sections on a webdynpro page

hi all

im new to webdynpro

I have to design a webdynpro page which have 3 diff sections - 1 vertical and 2 horizontal sections

one vertical section which will contain all the headers,

and when one of the header will be clicked, the list will appear in the first horizontal section

at the same time, the details will be found in the 2nd horizontal section

does anybody know how to do that?

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    May 29, 2009 at 09:06 AM

    HI Sia,

    You may acheive this by placing 3 view container elements in the main view(Use Matrix as the layout type for the arrangement ). You may then individually design the view's by placing all the elemets you want in them. And then embed the main view in the window and the three separate views in the three view container elements repectively.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Runal

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    May 29, 2009 at 09:53 AM

    Hi,

    You can use the Iframes to achieve the same.

    As you work with normal HTML where framset are used to achive the same.

    check for component WDR_TEST_UI_ELEMENTS

    Regards,

    Lekha.

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      > Hi Thomas

      > Thanks for your reply

      >

      > Is it the element 'PageHeader' when we insert a new element from the ROOTUIELEMENTCONTAINER?

      >

      > because I cant see any PageLayout element

      >

      > Also plz advise me if I can use Transparent Container and Tray elements?

      >

      > Thanks a lot

      No, not PageHeader - but PageLayout. My notes say that the UI element was new in 7.01, but I have a 7.02 system so I can't check for sure. It is possible that if you don't see it in your 7.01 system that my notes are incorrect and it actually will come with 7.02. Sorry about that.

      Of course you can acomplish the say with layout options, transparent containers, and trays - but if you had access ot the new PageLayout element the same process would just be easier to do.