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Why can't you have the button action as "Defined by Dynamic Action"? You can just call the required DA to open the modal window.
You can also try by setting the "Event Scope" of your DA to "Dynamic".
BTW, you haven't shared the developer credentials of your app/workspace; so can't look at your code.
Yes it helped.. but the window is still smaller in size..
can you please look .what am i doing wrong..
This is the log in details
app is 65873
Edited by: susf on Nov 28, 2012 9:15 PM
Edited by: susf on Nov 28, 2012 9:20 PM
Edited by: susf on Nov 28, 2012 10:45 PM
I changed the following in your application:
1. Changed the page template of your target page, page# 2 to "Popup". This would help you avoid navigation bar etc in the modal window
2. Changed the plugin theme to 4 (you can choose any other - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) from *"Custom"*. I doubt that the "Custom CSS Path" that you specified is a valid one (#PLUGIN_PREFIX#plugins/modal-page/server/). I made this change via Shared Components -> Component Settings.
3. In the dynamic action that triggers the plugin in page#1, I changed the "Display Height/Width Mode" to Auto.
Please test your page.
yes it works thanks ..What will we do if we have some other themes..
Which dont have modal regions...?
Let me test in other themes Thanks
Are you talking about Application Builder themes? If yes and you do not see the "Popup" page template, you can just copy the "Pop up" page template from your current theme and create a new one in your target theme.
But for all reasons, I feel that you should be having similar page templates in other themes also.
BTW, don't forget to mark the answer as correct if your issue is resolved!
Good One Rohit,,Have marked it as correct