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How to call iview from another iview


We are using EP5.0,

Now we are using urlgenerator to generate url of master iview( and redirecting using httpresp.sendRedirect method. but in doing so the title of the iview is remains same as that of the parent.

So what we really need is to redirect to iview created from the master par file.

How to create the url of the iview created from the par file. I should call another iview from the server end

Your help is highly appreciable

Thanks & Regards


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  • Posted on May 26, 2004 at 10:06 PM

    One way to do this might be to have each iView contents in a HTMLb tray, with a title. Then, remove the display options from the java definition, so that you don't get the personalisation options in the top right corner of the iview on the page. Then, when you perform the redirect, the new iView will be displayed using its own tray, and therefore having its own title also

    I hope this helps


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    • Former Member

      I will work on this suggestion.

      But the contents of each jsp page of that par file needs to be put in htmlb tray.

      And how can we add help,refresh icons on top right(beside edit,collapse,remove ) icons.

      How can we set some the parameters like time out, data cache etc if we are not craeting iviews out of par files.

      Please, is there any simple way to call iview(created from par) from another iview.

      Thanks & Regards


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