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From Chris Jolley <>
Subject Re: URL Template Issues
Date Tue, 05 Aug 2008 15:42:23 GMT
This feature is a Desktop property called "scrollToWindow" you can 
disable it in the admin tools for that desktop

Dan Turkenkopf wrote:
> I'm using Beehive as the basis for a set of portlets running on 
> WebLogic Portal Server 10.2.
> When I click on any action link, an anchor representing that page link 
> is being automatically created and embedded on the end of the URL [1], 
> which causes the page to jump to that location.  My usability team 
> would prefer that the browser stays at the top of the page so that the 
> navigation elements are always available.
> Walking through the debugger, it appears that the anchor reference is 
> being stored as a URL fragment element, which I thought would be 
> written to the {url:fragment} token in the URL templates.  However, 
> the URLs defined in the beehive-url-template-config.xml [2] don't 
> include that token - so I'm not sure why the fragment is being 
> appended to the URL.
> I've confirmed that the patterns defined in the file are being used, 
> so it's not that the file is ignored.
> I can't seem to figure out where the fragment is coming from or how to 
> stop it from rendering.
> Thanks for any help,
> Dan Turkenkopf
> [1] Example URL: 
> [2] See attached file
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