+ Start a Discussion
ManojKumar MuthuManojKumar Muthu 

how to have two list view in a same VisualForce page for case object??

Hi there,

I have two customer VF page as seen below,

1. (My Case) <apex:page tabStyle="Case" action="/500?fcf=00B7F00000287BO" > </apex:page>
2. (Unassigned case)<apex:page showHeader="true" tabstyle="Case" action="/500?fcf=00B0l0000010NyT"> </apex:page>

Now to  I have to collide these two VF pages into one. So that the user able to see both"My case" and "Unassigned" case in a single window.

Can someone help me to achieve the above?

Thanks in advance.



 
Best Answer chosen by ManojKumar Muthu
Raj VakatiRaj Vakati
Create a two pages and include them in one page by using templaing  .. Refer this page
 
Page 1 : 
 <apex:page tabStyle="Case" action="/500?fcf=00B7F00000287BO"> 
 
 
 </apex:page>
 
 
 
 Page 2: 
 <apex:page tabStyle="Case" action="/500?fcf=00B0l0000010NyT"> 
 
 
 </apex:page>
 
 
 
 final Page 
 
 <apex:page> 
 <apex:include name="page1"/>
 
 <apex:include name="page2"/>
 
 </apex:page>

 

All Answers

Raj VakatiRaj Vakati
Create a two pages and include them in one page by using templaing  .. Refer this page
 
Page 1 : 
 <apex:page tabStyle="Case" action="/500?fcf=00B7F00000287BO"> 
 
 
 </apex:page>
 
 
 
 Page 2: 
 <apex:page tabStyle="Case" action="/500?fcf=00B0l0000010NyT"> 
 
 
 </apex:page>
 
 
 
 final Page 
 
 <apex:page> 
 <apex:include name="page1"/>
 
 <apex:include name="page2"/>
 
 </apex:page>

 
This was selected as the best answer
ManojKumar MuthuManojKumar Muthu
Hi @Raj Vakati,

Thanks for your response, I am new to this developing. Can please brief how to make this work??
ManojKumar MuthuManojKumar Muthu
Below the code, which considering only the first line, is there a way where I can see both MY cases and Unassigned in a single VF page?

<apex:page >
<apex:include pageName="MyCases"/>
<apex:include pageName="Unassigned"/>
</apex:page>

User-added image