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ERP 2.50:Developers Guide/Concepts/Deep linking

ERP 2.50:Developers Guide




According to Wikipedia "Deep linking, on the World Wide Web, is making a hyperlink that points to a specific page or image on a website, instead of that website's main or home page. Such links are called deep links"[1], in the case of Openbravo ERP is the way to link with a URL directly to an specific functionality, e.g. a Window/Tab, a Manual Form, etc. This link can be built and attach it in a email, or copy/paste it in a IM window, etc.

Important Notes:

Building a link

Structure of the URL


More information of the structure of an URL[2]

Linking to Generated Windows

Structure of a link to a generated window


The URL structure remains the same, the parameters are the following:

Example of a link to Business Partner tab, to edit an specific record:


Notes about available commands

Bulbgraph.png   You can only link to top level tabs, not to child tabs

Linking to Manual Form

With a link to a manual URL, you can link to a manual form, a process, or any manual code. Structure of a link to a manual form


Example (link to a report parameter window):

Bulbgraph.png   The url must start with a slash

Linking to child tabs (advanced)

This way of accessing child tabs should only be used if you have deep understanding of Openbravo architecture. As stated in a previous section, you can access only top level tabs using the generated windows approach. You can workaround this limitation using the Manual Form approach for child tabs.

Example of accessing a child tab (Lines) of the Sales Order window:




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