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Include a .js file From Notes

Posted on 2000-03-20
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I have a .js file that contains common functions.  I want to include this file in multiple forms so I can use the functions with javascript.  Is this possible to do with notes and if so can you give me an example?

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If you are using R4, create a field called '$$HTMLHead' on the form and make it hidden, with the value:
"<SCRIPT SRC = \"/library.js\"></SCRIPT>"
In R5 add the same value but to the 'HTML Head Content' property of the form.

-Gus
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Can I specify a path with this library name also?
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yes the path could be relative or full

-Gus
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Thanks for your help.
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