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Mapping componentcontroller to customcotroller

Hi all ,

I ve create a node in the COMPONENTCONTROLLER and i ve mapped this node to a CUSTOMCOTROLLER

Now when i create a method in the CUSTOMCONTROLLER : that SET the node it return an excption Null pointer.

The error occurs when i want to set the node

how can i solve it .. or how can i make possible the set of the node created in the component controller and mapped to a custom controller ?

Best regards !

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  • Posted on Oct 09, 2010 at 10:30 AM

    Hello,

    Please check that if you are creating instance component controller...

    you can check rhouhg active_component( ) method and create the instance...

    Thanks

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  • Posted on Oct 09, 2010 at 11:45 AM

    Hello,

    You can try two things:

    1. In custom controller also, include the main component controller if it is not done so

    2. Below code will instantiate custom controller:

    DATA:
        lrf_crtl_custom    TYPE REF TO ig_crtl_<custom>.
    
    * Verwerking --------------------------------------------------------- *
    
      lrf_crtl_custom = wd_this->get_crtl_<custom>( )

    You can call method or set attribute...

    Thanks.

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