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Open a URL page in the portal

Hi all,

I have the following situation:

In a page of my portal there is an iView that contains a table view and one column of this table view is link type.

When I click on the link another session is open and the content of the URL is showned. My problem is: I want to open the URL in an other page of the portal without open a new session.

Someone have an ideas?

If in the page of portal there is an iView I can overwrite it with the new URL?

Help me!!

Thanks in advance


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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 24, 2004 at 06:34 PM

    If I undertand you correctly, you can use a named iframe within the same iView. Selecting the links in the list use the target attribute to direct the response into the iframe.

    Here's what I mean:


    <tr><td valign=top>




    <iframe name="load" width=800 height=400>






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    • Former Member

      Hi Sean, thank you very much for your reply!!!

      but I can't use the iFrame because the iView is a BSP iview and i don't able to create the iFrame.

      I try to write in detail my situation:

      there are two page A e B. In page A there is a iViewA when in the page B there is a iViewB.

      iView A contains URL to a BSP application

      iView B is a BSP iView; the same application of iView A

      the difference between the two iView is: the iView A contains one page of BSP application when iView B contains other page of BSP application

      When i click on the link in the iView A, a page B is opened and the iView B is overwrite by the URL of iView A but the framework innerpage too!

      there is a way for not overwrite the framework innerpage?

      I need your help!

      Thanks in advance


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