JS Error - "Unexpected Identifier"

I have the following code:

<script src="<servername>/sametime/stlinks/stlinks.js"></script>
<script>setSTLinksURL("<servername>","en-us");</script>
<script>writeSTLinksApplet("<username>","", "1"); </script>
<script>writePlaceCounter("SameTimeTest","SameTime");</script>

<script>
function STLinksLoggedIn("<username>","<name>")
{
STLinksEnterPlace("SameTimeTest");
}
</script>

Whenever I run the code, I get the JS Error "Unexpected Identifier" and the line number it points to is the last <script>

I have tried everything I can think of, any ideas?
GaryZAsked:
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avnerCommented:
You have different JS errors :

Fix the function to :
<script>
function STLinksLoggedIn(username,name)
{
STLinksEnterPlace("SameTimeTest");
}
</script>

All other occurnces of "<servername>" should be your server name and not this string.
for example :
<script src="<servername>/sametime/stlinks/stlinks.js"></script>
to :
<script src="http://www.ayhoo.com/sametime/stlinks/stlinks.js"></script>
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ahosangFinance Systems DeveloperCommented:
give us a link, or try running it with nescape and type
javascript:
in the address bar;
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GaryZAuthor Commented:
I know that, I changed the actual server name to <servername>.

I cannot give you a link, it is a secured application.
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avnerCommented:
And you also change the method ?

If it still does not work, you'll have to post the whole code, if the problem is not in the posted code, there is no way we can trace the problem.
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ZvonkoSystems architectCommented:
Hello Garry,

this line:
function STLinksLoggedIn("<username>","<name>")

is a function DEFINITION statement.

You can not put constants as function parameter.
It has to be parameter names without quotas.

Try this:
function STLinksLoggedIn()
{
STLinksEnterPlace(SameTimeTest);
}



Good luck,
Zvonko
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GaryZAuthor Commented:
The solution was a corrupted database, I had to restore it.
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