In this design pattern, one
page contains a Search block to enter search conditions, and the
results are shown on another, second page. Page navigation occurs
on Search button click.
To spread search and result
functionality over two pages:
||In the Web Designer catalog, identify the (default) info page
corresponding with the main table.
||Create two new subclasses of this info page, for example
SearchTours and ResultTours.
||In the SearchTours page, identify the SearchButton in the
||For the onclick event listener, leave the executeQuery() action intact, and
insert a navigateTo()
||For the navigateTo()
action, set the Target Page property to: ResultTours, and the Seqno
property to : 2.
||Now you can delete the ResultGroup and other unwanted
functionality in the SearchTours page, and delete the SearchGroup
in the ResultTours page.
||Optionally, you can insert a Back button in the ResultTours
page, with a navigateTo()
action with the Target Page property set to: SearchTours.