Script support in explorer pro
|Dave||09/18/2003 10:39 pm|
|Oleg Chernavin||09/19/2003 02:29 pm|
Yes, we removed that checkbox from 2.9 version, because it is useless for most people and only clatters the dialog. Java scripts support is still in Offline Explorer and it is enabled by default.
If you want to disable processing scripts, you can add the following line after the Project URL:
To follow particular links on a page, please use the Project Properties dialog | URL Filters | Filename section. You can select the Custom configuration and add the desired link(s) keyword to the Included list.
I hope this helps.
|Dave||09/19/2003 11:51 pm|
|Oleg Chernavin||09/24/2003 07:31 am|
Can you please tell me the page URL with such links? We are working on a code that will supports more scripts than in previous versions and there is a chance that such function calls could be loaded.
|Dave||09/29/2003 08:38 am|
the URL is dynamic and changes every day with a date in the get string. The starting URL is http://www.atg.se/KalenderServlet
From here I want to select one of the links at the top of the page in the Spel column for todays date. e.g V5()
Does this make sense?
|Oleg Chernavin||09/30/2003 05:00 am|
|I would suggest you to use URL Macros to get the desired pages. Here what I did - I entered the page with such links in OE`s Internal browser and hold down Ctrl-Alt keys while clicking on the link.
What I get on the "7" link:
I would change the POST= line this way:
The above page will load all 10 links for the current day.
Would that help?
|Dave||10/01/2003 12:58 am|
thanks, thats the kind of thing I needed. I will have a play and see if I have more questions :)
|Oleg Chernavin||10/01/2003 03:15 am|