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"Remote" javascript

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Hi,

We are struggling getting a gwt example work on our machines. Rather
than describe our entire problem we'll ask a more generic question
that is sctricly about javascript.

Namely, if there is a webpage with javascript (e.g. http://gawkat.com/UrchinTracker
) and one copies the html page into his server tree, and readjusts the
embedded links to the absolute .js files - should the page continue to
work?

WIth the http://gawkat.com/UrchinTracker example, it doesn't it. What
is it about javascript that causes is behavior.

Thanks,

Aaron
Jul 25 '08 #1
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On Jul 25, 12:56 pm, Aaron Fude <aaronf...@gmail.comwrote:

[snip]
Namely, if there is a webpage with javascript (e.g.http://gawkat.com/UrchinTracker
) and one copies the html page into his server tree, and readjusts the
embedded links to the absolute .js files - should the page continue to
work?
Not necessarily. The "same origin policy" (google it) for security
could be causing problems, for example.

[snip]

Peter
Jul 26 '08 #2

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On Jul 26, 1:49*pm, Peter Michaux <petermich...@gmail.comwrote:
On Jul 25, 12:56 pm, Aaron Fude <aaronf...@gmail.comwrote:

[snip]
Namely, if there is a webpage with javascript (e.g.http://gawkat.com/UrchinTracker
) and one copies the html page into his server tree, and readjusts the
embedded links to the absolute .js files - should the page continue to
work?

Not necessarily. The "same origin policy" (google it) for security
could be causing problems, for example.

[snip]

Peter
Yup, that's exactly what it was. Thanks.
Jul 27 '08 #3

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