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Using the iFrame in Web Dynpro

Hi all,

Can a listener/event sender like in two different iviews to have it communicate with each other be done with two different iframes?

Thanks,

Jin Bae

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2005 at 03:43 PM

    IFrame is only of limited use. For communication between different applications, use portal iViews and portal eventing.

    Armin

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2005 at 04:26 AM

    Hi,

    Every time your application sends a request to the server and gets a response ur IFrame will be refreshed.

    So even if u display a webpage using IFrame by giving its url in the source property you might not be able to navigate through the web page continously.

    Better options are to go for External windows..

    Regards

    Bharathwaj

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2005 at 05:39 AM

    Hi jin,

    For ur iframes to be in a particular layout u can adjust its size and all and put this iframe in a column or row of the layout that u r using..

    But as Armin said they r limited so its better if u need communication u can go for Portal Eventing.. (EPCF)

    where u'll develop two components those wil have the iframes in them so then u can communicate between these components using EPCF method..

    And one more thing is u can set the url property of that iframe to the url as said by Noufal...

    But u cant do any eventing between two iframes as such in webdynpro without portal eventing..

    Thanks & regards,

    Sirisha.

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