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How Can I Call a method in iView ,which is in another iView

I Have 2 iViews i want to call a method in Iview which is i another iView

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Prasad.Y

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  • Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 11:58 AM

    Hi Prasad,

    first, welcom at SDN.

    Next, let us clarify some wording:

    A <i>PAR</i> is a <i>Portal ARchive</i>. It is a zip in a certain format. It contains a <i>portal application</i>.

    A <i>portal application</i> consists of <i>components</i> and/or <i>services</i>.

    An <i>iView</i> is somehow an "instance" of a <i>component</i>. It is created within the portal. There are <i>no iViews in a PAR</i> (like: "There are no objects in a JAR (but classes).").

    With this in mind, you know that the question does not work, for iViews don't have "methods".

    If you ask how you can call a method of a class belonging to a different component (but within the same portal app), it is no problem at all, each class has access to each other class within the same portal app (in fact, one has to differentiate between public and private part, but we don't want to go so far). To call use a class belonging to (the public part of) a different app, you will have to set the SharingReference within portalapp.xml.

    If that's what you're looking for - great.

    If not, ask again, but far more detailed.

    Hope it helps

    Detlev

    PS: Please consider to reward points for helpful answers. Thanks in advance.

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