MAIN PRG PROGRAM. NOW, WHEN I BUILD THE FOXISAPI EXECUTALBE, I CAN RUN THE
PLS EXPLAIN TO ME THE PROBLEM HERE PLEASE?
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it is excellent as you can see:
I have this Javasript/FoxISAPI running under IIS. The JS file is separate
from the main program file. Now, when I build the foxisapi executable, I
ran into problem when I have to access the page the has reference to the
Could someone please explain to me the possible problem and what I have to
do? Thank you very much. Hopefully that someone who is an expert in
computing/programming can be of help to me.
You wrote on Sat, 04 Sep 2004 12:38:02 -0400:
C> I have this Javasript/FoxISAPI running under IIS. The JS file is
C> separate from the main program file. Now, when I build the foxisapi
C> executable, I ran into problem when I have to access the page the has
C> Could someone please explain to me the possible problem and what I have
C> to do? Thank you very much. Hopefully that someone who is an expert in
C> computing/programming can be of help to me.
Not sure if I understand you correctly.
You have a foxisapi component and a java script. The page generated by your
foxisapi component refers to a java script. You cannot access this script,
correct? If so, verify that the path to the js script is OK. If you use
relative paths, then I think the path has to start from the virtual folder
where the foxisapi.dll is.
Eric den Doop
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Hullo CT/KY ..
usually when I am dynamically generating
html pages with VFP and dat wonderful FoxISApi beastie -
The Initial loadtime back at the browser is a tad long,
but , for example, on multiple postings for the same data entry form,
the 2nd..........Nth iteration of my JS validation is quite fast.
BUT - as Eric said - perhaps you have a pathing problem for your JS
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