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    Hi

    In card layout I need prev next button to navigate to respective pages.
    Can Anyone help
    -Ram

  2. It's trivial to get the index...

    Code:
    var activeItem = container.getActiveItem(),
        innerItems = container.getInnerItems(),
        index = innerItems.indexOf(activeItem);

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    Have a docked toolbar with two buttons. Then use setActiveItem to go to the item you want active.
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    Hi..
    The 'this.getActiveItem' returns object/function instead of index number. Without that.. its difficult to dynamically set the values of prev and next button index.
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    It's trivial to get the index...

    Code:
    var activeItem = container.getActiveItem(),
        innerItems = container.getInnerItems(),
        index = innerItems.indexOf(activeItem);
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    Thanks Mitchell
    Its working fine now
    -Ram

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