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We are using CA SDM 12.6

Once employee opens any ticket detail page, he has the link to go back to home page and not the list page.

I added link to list page similar to what was there for home page but it is not working and gives a blank page.

How can this back button functionality be achieved?

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In the std_body_site.htmpl page the highlighted code was added:(clicking on back does not work and displays a blank page)

<PDM_IF "1" != "${args.KEEP.IsPopUp:0}" && "1" != "${args.popupType:0}">

if (for_role)


document.write(' <A HREF="$cgi?SID=$prop.SID+FID=123+OP=DISPLAY_FORM+HTMPL=list_wf.htmpl" onclick="detailCancel();return true;" ');

document.writeln('accesskey=m><span>Back</span></A> ');

document.write(' <A HREF="$cgi?SID=$prop.SID+FID=123+OP=DISPLAY_FORM+HTMPL=home.htmpl" onclick="detailCancel();return true;" ');

document.writeln('accesskey=m><span>Home</span></A> ');

document.writeln('<SPAN class="menulink_separator">|</SPAN>');

document.write(' <A HREF="$cgi?SID=$prop.SID+FID=123+OP=DISPLAY_FORM+HTMPL=about.htmpl" onclick="detailCancel();return true;" ');

document.writeln('><span>Contact Us</span></A> ');

// document.writeln('<SPAN class="menulink_separator">|</SPAN>');

// document.write(' <a href="java script:help_on_form(\'$prop.form_name\');" ');

// document.writeln('><span>Help</span></a> ');




document.write(' <A HREF="$cgi?SID=$prop.SID+FID=123+OP=DISPLAY_FORM+HTMPL=list_wf.htmpl" ');

document.writeln('class=emp_menu accesskey=m><span>Back</span></A> ');

document.write(' <A HREF="$cgi?SID=$prop.SID+FID=123+OP=DISPLAY_FORM+HTMPL=home.htmpl" ');

document.writeln('class=emp_menu accesskey=m><span>Home</span></A> ');

document.write(' <A HREF="$cgi?SID=$prop.SID+FID=123+OP=DISPLAY_FORM+HTMPL=about.htmpl" ');

document.writeln('class=emp_menu><span>About</span></A> ');

// document.write(' <a href="java script:help_on_form(\'$prop.form_name\');" ');

// document.writeln('class=emp_menu><span>Help</span></a> ');



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Still behaving the same way...I think I'm missing something and this is a totally wrong way of implementing the functionality.

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