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How to put a title text on each tab on a tab strip view?

Hello,

I would like to create the following View: The page will contain tab strips. Each tab strip will contain it's own tab strips. Something like "nested" tab strips.

I was able to do it by creating a tab strip view and at each tab entering new view with it's own tabs.

The proble is that this tab strip view doesn't have the option to write text in it's header, like the dynpro layout tabs. Is there any way to put a title on a tab strip View?

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    Posted on May 31, 2005 at 10:07 PM

    First, from an ergonomic point of view, you should avoid nested tab strips.

    Technically, you can nest as many tabstrips as you like. A TabStrip element contains 0..N Tab elements each of which has a content. This content may be an arbitrary UI element, e.g. a container like Group, or also another TabStrip element.

    I do not know what you mean with the sentence "The proble is that this tab strip view doesn't have the option to write text in it's header, like the dynpro layout tabs."

    If you need a container that provides a title, you can use the Group element.

    Armin

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2005 at 03:31 AM

    Hi Roy,

    What do you mean by gving header to the tab strip.You can give headers to tabs within each tabstrip you can give it in Tabs Header.If you want to give headers to the entire tabstrip use a text view element and change the design from standard to your choice. You can also use a group to contain the tabstrip like Armin said

    Hope this helps you

    Regards

    Rohit

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