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Inter portlet communication

Shruthi Sam
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Joined: Jul 09, 2008
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Hi,
I have a jsf portlet page (page1.jsp) which has a button. On click of that button, it has to go to another portlet (page2). I have added the navigation rule in faces-config.xml and it is getting redirected to the page2 on click of the button in page1. The problem is, page2 has a link which has reference to page1. But whenver am clicking that link, it is not taking me to page1. Do we need to write any event handlers or something? Kindly help me to resolve this issue.

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Tim Holloway
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You're really better off asking that question in the Portlets forum. But the whole idea of a portal is to have slots with portlets in them and to avoid confusion, the only time that a portlet should be removed and/or replaced is via the portal administration functions.


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