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TableViewColumn - link

Hi,

I have created an iView based on JSPDynpage to display Service Orders for a user from CRM system using table view. There are 5 columns shown in the tableview Order, Description, Created date, Created by, Status. The actual table has additional field called URL9based on collaboration this is filled in).

Now, When I click on the Service Order I would like the corresponding URl to be open up in a seperate window > I am not sure how to trigger this client side eventing from JSP. I can potentially provide the image next to the Order when i click on the image i may link to the URL, but Business doesn't want to do that.

Is there anyone who can help me....

thanks,

Suresh

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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2003 at 09:03 AM

    Hello,

    thats just it:

    <hbj:link

    id="link1"

    text="Link to google"

    reference="http://www.google.com"

    target="_TOP"

    tooltip="this takes you to: http://www.google.com"

    onClick="LinkClick"

    />

    text in this case is an order. You cannot really nest hbj jsp tags in a JSP page (put this link tag into a table tag). Therefore I recommend to programm the link into the tablemodel.

    In PDK (also 5.0.5) there are also examples you to do this.

    Oliver

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