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Building communication between two frames

I've built a frameset (2 frames) with navigation in the left, and the active area in the right. I've also created a $$ViewTemplate-form to control the views "look and feel" on the Web. So far, so good...so what!? Each of the navigation-points corresponds to different views (of course), and I want the look to be the same for all of them.

My problem is that I haven't succeeded in building the "communication" between the two frames (from navigation-point to form), and dynamically change the view used in the $$ViewTemplate-form. Press navigation-point, dynamically change view in/on form!


Your anchors in the navigator need to reference the "target" frame (see the html reference at w3c.org). Open the view and not the view template. The view will use the view template to display the view.

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