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Call an iView from another iView...Please help..Urgent


I am creating an application in which im facing some problems. The details are:

I have created an iview using a tabstrip with 2 tabs namely Tab1 and Tab2.

There are 2 seperate iviews iView2 and iView3 which serve as the body part showing the information when user clicks on Tab1 or Tab2.

I would like to know how can I call one iView from another iView? Do I need to use URL Generator..? If so, kindly let me know of some sample code which would help me for the same.

At the present when I run this application on SP6, it does not show me anything....Atleast I expect it to show me the tabstrip but the output scren is all blank. (The application currently does not contain any code which handles any event).

Please let me know about this too.

In this respect also would like to know whether I need to subscribe the event to the resp tabs also..for it to proceed when we click on the tabs, just like in case of a button??

I would appreciate if you would please help me in this as I am struggling with the same since last 3 days.

Thanks and Warm Regards,

Ritu R Hunjan

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2004 at 11:27 AM

    Hello Ritu,

    let my try to summerize.

    You have created one application with 3 views (not iviews: in this case you need 3 applications!?)

    One view holds the tabstrip-the other ones the content

    If you want to use a view as content of one tabstrip, I think you have to use the ViewContainerUIElement

    Please refer to the Web Dynpro help - or anybody other will help you with this - because I don't use this control in the past.

    Concerning the problem with the "white screen", please check if the tab strip view is the default one of the current window.



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