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The "navigation-rule" element represents an individual decision rule that will be utilized by the default NavigationHandler implementation to make decisions on what view should be displayed next, based on the view id being processed.

General

Item Description
From View Stands for <from-view-id>. Contains the view identifier of the view for which the containing navigation rule is relevant. If no "from-view" element is specified, this rule applies to navigation decisions on all views.
Display Name <display-name>: a short name describing the entity associated with the navigation rule.
Description <description>: contains textual description of the navigation rule.
Small icon / Large Icon <small-icon> / <large-icon>. Contains the resource path to an (16x16)/(32x32) icon image. The image may be in either GIF or JPG format.

Navigation cases

The "navigation-case" element describes a particular combination of conditions that must match for this case to be executed, and the view id of the component tree that should be selected next.

Item Description
To View Stands for <to-view-id>. Contains the view identifier of the next view that should be displayed if this navigation rule is matched.
From Outcome Stands for <from-outcome>. Contains a logical outcome string returned by the execution of an application action method selected via an actionRef property (or a literal value specified by an action property) of a UICommand component.
From Action Stands for <from-action>. Contains an action reference expression that must have been executed (by the default ActionListener for handling application level events) in order to select this navigation rule.
Redirect Stands for <display-name>.
Display Name / Description
  • <display-name>: a short name describing the entity associated with the navigation case.
  • <description>: contains textual description of the navigation case.
Small icon / Large Icon <small-icon> / <large-icon>. Contains the resource path to an (16x16)/(32x32) icon image. The image may be in either GIF or JPG format.

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