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portalapp.xml and 'isolation method'/'height type' for iViews

Hi there.

Urgent answer would be highly appreciated!

Is it possible to define in the 'portalapp.xml' the 'isolation method' and the 'height type' of an iView.

For my implementation i need to have "URL" isolation and "FULL_PAGE" height type. Right now i'm setting this properties in the Portal Content, after creating the iViews from the .par file.

I was wondering if anyone of you knows anything about the possibility to set this directly in the xml so they are set to the right values when creating the iView.

Many thanks!

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2004 at 10:40 AM


    have you already tried including the attributes and

    in your portalapp.xml for the compoent?

    This should solve the issue.



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    • Hi Michael,

      you're welcome.

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