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I have developed a ClientWebPart and now I want to change the title dynamically. Is it possible?

EDIT:

How, dynamically?

I want to show users a friendly title instead of a name of the App.

I prefer to do something like this:

target.postMessage('resize(' + ($(document).width()) + ',' + ($(document).height()) + ')', '*');

But instead of resize I want to do rename.

  • How, dynamically? Are we talking language-wise or what? – user2536 Aug 1 '13 at 7:09
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Since these values are written in the ClientWebPart XML node I would say no, it is not possible.

What you could possibly do is update the title of the webpart with javascript in a similiar fashion as in this blog post: http://blah.winsmarts.com/2013-6-Resizing_the_AppPart_-_ClientWebPart.aspx (but here he is changing the size of the webpart. I have not tried it but it should be possible)

  • I need something like this. I have noticed, that SP2013 know about the resize keyword in the postMessage. I want to do something like this: target.postMessage('<message senderId=' + getParameterByName("SenderId") + '>rename(' + Title + ')</message>', '*'); – Warlock Aug 1 '13 at 8:28
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Could you not override the Title Property within your ClientWebPart class, putting the logic in there to change the returned string dynamically.

See ClientWebPart.Title in http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.sharepoint.webpartpages.clientwebpart_members.aspx

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