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How to navigate between two web dynpro components

Hi Experts,

Please explain me How to navigate between two web dynpro components.

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  • Posted on Aug 01, 2012 at 07:39 PM

    Hi Prakhar,

    I think you are referring to "component usage" in a Web Dynpro Component. With component usages, one component can incorporate other components in a single application. See if this SCN document by Antje Boehm-Peters helps you. Also see web dynpro component WDT_COMPONENTUSAGE for an example of an application that uses component usages.

    Cheers,

    Amy

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  • Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 03:44 AM
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    Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 05:22 AM

    Hi Prakhar,

    For navigating between two views present in two different component follow the following steps

    1) in the first component click on component name you will find used component tab in that you specify

    second component name(component colum) and also specify the name with which it will reused in current component(component use colum)

    2)after first step the interface view of the second component will be available,Now go to the window tab

    in that create the navigation link for the outbound plug for the view from where you want to navigate

    to sencond component view, in that you will get second component's interface view,link outbound plug nevigation to this interface view

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