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Exit from transaction launcher

Hello, Guru!

With transaction launcher we open bsp-application. We want to create button for navigate from this bsp-application to other

bsp-application that will run not in transaction launcher(for example account overview)

How to create this button?

Edited by: Vladimir Shilov on Oct 7, 2010 4:52 AM

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 06:56 PM


    I believe you know how to create a button and assign an event to the button click.

    Now when the button is clicked, an event is raised and the eventhandler method would be called within the controller class.

    Inside this method you need to call the BSP application you intend to call. Here also I'd like to know whether these BSP Applications are created by you and whether or not they are part of BSP WD Component Workbench.



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      We used two types of bsp-application:

      1) By using the BSP WD Component Workbench (BSP_WD_CMPWB)

      2) Migrated from crm 4.0 (we are migrating from crm 4.0 to crm 7.0) using Pages with Flow Logic

      BSP-application of crm 4.0 migrated as it is and we run them through the transaction launcher. But there is a need to navigate between both application types.

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