Revision as of 04:28, 30 September 2008 by SvenDowideit (talk | contribs) (AjxRpc or howto access a JSP)

Rather allot needs to be writtenby those that understand the intents of the JS API


appears to be a way for anyone to register a global function that can then be run 'by name'


../ZmCalendarApp.js:   AjxDispatcher.registerMethod("GetCalController", "CalendarCore", new AjxCallback(this, this.getCalController));
Tasks_all.js:           var cc = AjxDispatcher.run("GetCalController");


AjxRpc or howto access a JSP

MainHelloView.prototype._updateHTML_JSP = function(to, body) { var url = this.helloWorldZimlet.getResource('hello_world.jsp');

to = AjxStringUtil.urlEncode(to); body = AjxStringUtil.urlEncode(body); var reqParam = 'to=' + to + '&body=' + body; var reqHeader = {"Content-Type":"application/x-www-form-urlencoded"};

AjxRpc.invoke(reqParam, url, reqHeader, new AjxCallback(this, this._updateHTMLCallback)); }; MainHelloView.prototype._updateHTMLCallback= function(result) { var r = result.text; DBG.println(AjxDebug.DBG2, "result:" + r); this.getHtmlElement().innerHTML = r; };

Verified Against: Date Created: 2008
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=ZimletJS Date Modified: 2008-09-30

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