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Including JavaScript References in SSRS

I'd like to add the code below into an SSRS report.  Is it possible?  What would I need to do?  I don't need specifics, I just need to be prepared for another team's answer as to whether they think it's possible.  I don't even have SSRS to test.  Thought I'd toss it out here.

Didn't see anything on Google except for javascript popup links and whatnot.  I think it might be called inline JavaScript?

Thanks,

Mark
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.testsite.com/knockKnock/jquery.js"></script>
<script>$(document).ready(function(){
		  $.get("http://www.testsite.com/knockKnock/whosThere.asp", { 
		    userName: "testUserName", 
		    visitSystem: "testSystem", 
		    visitTime: "testTime", 
		    pageURL: "testURL", 
		    pageVars: "testVars"} );});
</script>

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Eugene ZCommented:
try
 Object Oriented JavaScript class library
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/tips/JocysComJavaScriptClasses.aspx
svn://jocys.com/Projects/Jocys.com/WebSites/WebApp/Common/JsClasses
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