.js and .htm bug conversion clarification

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devin M. arnold 03/29/2006 07:01 am

I am still running into trouble with the .js and .htm conversion of links.

Here`s what a link looks like within a non-converted .js i am using:

addNavExpandingListItem("CC", "Allignment of Business & IT Directions (EAS)", "http://discovery.services.hp.com/poes/eas/eas_home.asp");

Here`s what the same link looks like after I export the .js file from OE:

addNavExpandingListItem("CC", "Allignment of Business & IT Directions (EAS)", "../p/es/e/s/e/s_home.asp");

It looks as if it`s converting the . in the url into directories or something. Very strange.

I am also noticing a problem with the links within the .asp files that are being converted to offline are also having there paths to files jumbled up as well.

Here`s a few links from an original non-converted .asp file:

<LINK href="http://discovery.inet.cpqcorp.net/HP%20JS/athp_style.css" type=text/css rel=stylesheet>

<SCRIPT language=javascript src="../discovery.inet.cpqcorp.net/hp%20js/h/ader.js"></SCRIPT>

<SCRIPT language=javascript src="../discovery.inet.cpqcorp.net/hp%20js/l/cal6.js"></SCRIPT>

Now the same links after it has been converted using the export feature in OE:

<LINK href="../discovery.inet.cpqcorp.net/hp%20js/a/hp_style.css" type=text/css rel=stylesheet>

<SCRIPT language=javascript src="http://discovery.inet.cpqcorp.net/HP%20JS/header.js"></SCRIPT>

<SCRIPT language=javascript src="http://discovery.inet.cpqcorp.net/HP%20JS/local6.js"></SCRIPT>

You`ll notice that the pathing information is completely wrong. It wouldn`t be a problem if OE created those extra directories it`s links are referring to but it doesn`t so I think it`s a bug either way.

At any rate, this product is truly fantastic for what it does. I`ve tried many numerous programs that claim what only this program can do. If you can figure out how to make it grab INCLUDE file information and assets this program would be 100% incredible. Keep up the great work!


Oleg Chernavin 03/29/2006 07:01 am
Again, can you please try to find some public site, so I could reproduce it and fix. Thank you.