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Problem with copy and paste of Component Controler

Hi There,

I am having problems when I do a copy and paste of a Component Controler that acts as a template.

When I perform the copy and paste procedure i am asked to type in the (new) names for Component Controler, Views, Window, Packages Etcetera. In all of these cases I type in a name that differs from the original component.

After the copy I see that inside the new component some packages and Classes (for example of the views) still have the same names as the original Component which make the copy unusable.

The original Component is making use of another WebDynpro Component by an Interface Controler and its context. Maybe this makes the Component to complex to copy?

Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong?

I am using SP11 (with team Development)


Bertil Rebergen

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    Posted on Jun 15, 2005 at 03:19 AM


    Are you sure that you are chaning the name of the view?

    I have observed the following while copying the components.

    If you copy the component ,first it will ask for new component name.If you change the packagename for the component then in the second step it retaining the oldview name .

    So please make sure that you are giving different View names.

    Regards, Anilkumar

    Message was edited by: Anilkumar Vippagunta

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Noufal,

      I think the problem is caused by the complexity of the Component. At first (a few days ago) I also succeeded to copy the Component. This was just a 'stand-alone' Component. Today the Component makes also use of another Component and it seems that this dependency causes the problem.


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