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What is Main Component

Hi,

Can anyone tell me what is main component and what is it's purpose.

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2012 at 11:56 AM

    Hi,

    the word 'main component' is a very generic term.

    there are different kinds of components like

    web ui component

    BOL component.

    if we talk about webui then a main component would probably mean somthing like BT111H_OPPT for Opportunity header and BP_HEAD for BP.

    We can use several other components in one main component through component usage.

    example in BP_HEAD component several views of BP_DATA have been used.

    if not clear please give more info about what are you trying to understand.

    cheers

    Rajini.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      This is actually main component for service contracts.

      The webui comp BT112M_SC does not have its own views but views from components BT112S_SC( component designed for adv search) and BT112H_SC(display header details of SC) have been embeded into it.you can oberve this from runtime repository.

      BT112M_SC is launched initially coz it is connected via a logical link to the nav bar profile.

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2012 at 09:21 PM

    Hi,

    Main component encapsulates all the sub components. In a typical webui scenario,

    Search view _S

    Result view _R

    Detail View _D

    All the above components placed in _M maincomponent, this enables framework easy navigation between these views and back & forward system toolbar buttons taken care by framework itself. This is one best of practices in webui programming.

    However, not every component will have main components.

    Hope it helps.

    Satish

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