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Open the par file iview.

Hi ,

I have written a Portal Application in NWDS that creates a par file.The Portal application creates a JCO connection to the CRM system and perform some activity.When we execute this application it opens with a url.

I have added this URL on the Onclick of a button and want the application to get executed.

The application gets executed but everytime we click on that button that URL gets opened up.

Is there any way we can hide this URL during click of a button but execute that application simultaneously.

Thanks & Regards,

Amarys.

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2011 at 05:48 AM

    Hi,

    Sorry, I didt get your question for the following part:

    Is there any way we can hide this URL during click of a button but execute that application simultaneously.

    You want to open the link by hiding the url of that. Is that your question?

    Regards,

    JIthin

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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2011 at 06:14 AM

    Hi,

    your requirement is to launch that application which you created by click on a button, but the applications url should not be visible. Is this what you are lookin for?

    If so,which application(Which contains the button) calls this application you created.

    Is that a portal application or web dynpro application?

    Follow these steps:

    1. create an iview for the par file which you created. set the property Launch in New Window to Display in portal content area.

    2.The applciation which contains the button shd be assigned to the user by role(I assume).

    3.On that button you can call the pcd of the custom application which you created.

    So if the user clicks on the button the iview will be launched in portal content area and the url wont be visible.

    Regards,

    Anand G

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