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Message Area

Hi everybody!

I have different Web Dynpro components. On each of them I have an own message area. My problem is that when ever I switch to another Component the messages are printed always on the same message area. How can I set the correct message area? In the wdComponentAPI, there is only a get Method but not a set Method.

How can I do that?

Thanks for your answer in advance ....

Bye Markus

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2004 at 04:21 PM

    Hi Markus,

    The get method of wdComponentAPI is for getting the message manager. Probably to code your requirement there are several way. Choose the one which suits you

    1.Set the cancelNavigation to "true" in your report or raise message method.

    2. Destroy the first Component before navigating to the second Component.

    3. Set the message manager UI element of the other component to be invisible

    etc..

    Thanks and Regards,

    Sam Mathew

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      Hi Markus,

      please have a look at the IWDMessageArea API. Context binding is only possible by using read only context attributes (enabled and visible). If they aren't read only, i guess, the values contained in the attributes are simply ignored.

      Hope that helps (even if it doesn't help you out ;).

      Regards

      Stefan

      PS: BTW, maybe it works if you use a read only calculated value attribute. The getter method could examine and return the content of a writable alternative attribute. Give it a try.

      Message was edited by: Stefan Klensch

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