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Custom iView Wizard (Portal Wizard Framework)

Hello,

I would like to develop a custom wizard for an iView (i.e setting input params for the iview and other configuration-related fields, etc). I know i have to use the Portal Admin Wizard framework (com.sapportals.admin.wizardframework). But I couldn't find any kind of tutorial explaining how to set up a sample wizard. Where can i find such docs (if any) ? Thanks.

Angel

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  • Posted on Feb 15, 2005 at 02:51 PM

    Hi Angel,

    See Custom Wizards (using Wizard Framework)?

    Hope it helps nevertheless

    Detlev

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2005 at 03:12 PM

    I know where to find the API, as i have already stated in my previous post. Anyway -:)

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    • Hi Angel,

      > I know where to find the API,

      > as i have already stated in my previous post.

      Really?! 😊 Let's see:

      > I would like to develop a custom wizard for an iView

      Okay, that's what you want.

      > (i.e setting input params for the iview and other

      > configuration-related fields, etc).

      Okay, that's what you want in detail.

      > I know i have to use the Portal Admin Wizard framework

      Okay, you know what to use.

      > (com.sapportals.admin.wizardframework).

      Okay, you know how it is called.

      > But I couldn't find any kind of tutorial explaining

      > how to set up a sample wizard. Where can i find such

      > docs (if any) ? Thanks.

      But you didn't find any docs.

      I don't know what you <i>think</i> that you wrote, but in fact, you didn't write a word about APIDoc.

      And even if you would have, I would have given you the info that there seems to be nothing and that this is a known issue.

      For helping answers, there are radio buttons on the left...

      Welcome at SDN,

      Detlev

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