Page chaining

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Page chaining is a manner of realizing page navigation in Web Designer. The user is enabled to navigate directly from page A to page B. During navigation, data from page A may be carried over to page B. At any later time, data from page A are no longer available for B to refer to. This contrasts with page stacking.

Page chaining occurs when an element in the original page A uses navigateTo() to navigate to the replacing page B:


For each data source in B that has the same name as a data source in A, that data is carried over from A to B during navigation.


See Also


Page Stacking

Pattern 2: Search-and-Results Across Two Pages

Pattern 3: Save-and-Confirm Across Two Pages

How to Add a Navigation Path to a Page