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From Deepika1 S <deepika...@tcs.com>
Subject Re: urlPrefix variable for <@ofbizUrl>
Date Thu, 27 Sep 2012 05:06:04 GMT
Dear Bhargav,

In  NotificationServices.java, we have a  method called

public static void setBaseUrl(GenericDelegator delegator, String 
webSiteId, Map context) {}

where we set "baseUrl" in the context, in order to provide different urls 
instead of ofbizurl, you can  investigate how this works.

The Web_site entity will come in handy.

Please let me know if any issues.

Regards,

Deepika Sahu



From:
"bhargav.tri" <Bhargav.Trivedi@objectedge.com>
To:
user@ofbiz.apache.org
Date:
09/27/2012 04:36 AM
Subject:
urlPrefix variable for <@ofbizUrl>



Is it possible to provide two different values to the urlPrefix from the 
same
.ftl page ?

Since it is an environment variable and not an argument (like "fullPath") 
I
am not sure how to overload the value of urlPrefix. 

I am facing this issue when I have something like:
<a href='&lt;@ofbizUrl>main</@ofbizUrl>'><img
src=&quot;&lt;@ofbizUrl>images/myPicture.png</@ofbizUrl>" 

In the above case I want two different url prefixes on the same line for 
two
different ofbizUrl's. 

Is this possible?


Bhargav



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