How to use the dojo.io.script function in dojo

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github suvajitgupta / Tasks / persevere / jsclient / dojox / data / PersevereStore.js.uncompressed.js View on Github external
}
			args.query = dojo.objectToQuery(parameters);
			dojo._ioAddQueryToUrl(args);
			args.content = dojo.mixin(args.content || {},content);
			return plainXhr.call(dojo,method,args,hasBody);
		};
	};
})();




}

if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"] = true;
dojo.provide("dojo.io.script");

/*=====
dojo.declare("dojo.io.script.__ioArgs", dojo.__IoArgs, {
	constructor: function(){
		//	summary:
		//		All the properties described in the dojo.__ioArgs type, apply to this
		//		type as well, EXCEPT "handleAs". It is not applicable to
		//		dojo.io.script.get() calls, since it is implied by the usage of
		//		"jsonp" (response will be a JSONP call returning JSON)
		//		or the response is pure JavaScript defined in
		//		the body of the script that was attached.
		//	callbackParamName: String
		//		Deprecated as of Dojo 1.4 in favor of "jsonp", but still supported for
		// 		legacy code. See notes for jsonp property.
		//	jsonp: String
github suvajitgupta / Tasks / persevere / jsclient / dojox / data / PersevereStore.js.uncompressed.js View on Github external
parameters[parameterName] = args.headers[i];
			}
			args.query = dojo.objectToQuery(parameters);
			dojo._ioAddQueryToUrl(args);
			args.content = dojo.mixin(args.content || {},content);
			return plainXhr.call(dojo,method,args,hasBody);
		};
	};
})();




}

if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"] = true;
dojo.provide("dojo.io.script");

/*=====
dojo.declare("dojo.io.script.__ioArgs", dojo.__IoArgs, {
	constructor: function(){
		//	summary:
		//		All the properties described in the dojo.__ioArgs type, apply to this
		//		type as well, EXCEPT "handleAs". It is not applicable to
		//		dojo.io.script.get() calls, since it is implied by the usage of
		//		"jsonp" (response will be a JSONP call returning JSON)
		//		or the response is pure JavaScript defined in
		//		the body of the script that was attached.
		//	callbackParamName: String
		//		Deprecated as of Dojo 1.4 in favor of "jsonp", but still supported for
		// 		legacy code. See notes for jsonp property.
github JohannesKlug / hummingbird / src / business / gmap / src / main / webapp / dojo / dojox / cometd.js.uncompressed.js View on Github external
// registry this will be slow-ish and we can use the name as a lookup
		// should we choose to trade memory for speed.
		for(var i = 0; i < this.pairs.length; i++){
			var pair = this.pairs[i];
			if(pair[0] == name){
				this.pairs.splice(i, 1);
				return true;
			}
		}
		return false;
	}
});

}

if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"] = true;
dojo.provide("dojo.io.script");

/*=====
dojo.io.script.__ioArgs = function(kwArgs){
	//	summary:
	//		All the properties described in the dojo.__ioArgs type, apply to this
	//		type as well, EXCEPT "handleAs". It is not applicable to
	//		dojo.io.script.get() calls, since it is implied by the usage of
	//		"callbackParamName" (response will be a JSONP call returning JSON)
	//		or "checkString" (response is pure JavaScript defined in
	//		the body of the script that was attached). The following additional
	//		properties are allowed for dojo.io.script.get():
	//	callbackParamName: String
	//		The URL parameter name that indicates the JSONP callback string.
	//		For instance, when using Yahoo JSONP calls it is normally, 
github JohannesKlug / hummingbird / src / business / gmap / src / main / resources / webapp / dojo / dojox / cometd.xd.js.uncompressed.js View on Github external
// should we choose to trade memory for speed.
		for(var i = 0; i < this.pairs.length; i++){
			var pair = this.pairs[i];
			if(pair[0] == name){
				this.pairs.splice(i, 1);
				return true;
			}
		}
		return false;
	}
});

}

if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"] = true;
dojo.provide("dojo.io.script");

/*=====
dojo.io.script.__ioArgs = function(kwArgs){
	//	summary:
	//		All the properties described in the dojo.__ioArgs type, apply to this
	//		type as well, EXCEPT "handleAs". It is not applicable to
	//		dojo.io.script.get() calls, since it is implied by the usage of
	//		"callbackParamName" (response will be a JSONP call returning JSON)
	//		or "checkString" (response is pure JavaScript defined in
	//		the body of the script that was attached). The following additional
	//		properties are allowed for dojo.io.script.get():
	//	callbackParamName: String
	//		The URL parameter name that indicates the JSONP callback string.
	//		For instance, when using Yahoo JSONP calls it is normally, 
	//		callbackParamName: "callback". For AOL JSONP calls it is normally 
github JohannesKlug / hummingbird / src / business / gmap / src / main / resources / webapp / dojo / dojox / cometd.js.uncompressed.js View on Github external
// registry this will be slow-ish and we can use the name as a lookup
		// should we choose to trade memory for speed.
		for(var i = 0; i < this.pairs.length; i++){
			var pair = this.pairs[i];
			if(pair[0] == name){
				this.pairs.splice(i, 1);
				return true;
			}
		}
		return false;
	}
});

}

if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"] = true;
dojo.provide("dojo.io.script");

/*=====
dojo.io.script.__ioArgs = function(kwArgs){
	//	summary:
	//		All the properties described in the dojo.__ioArgs type, apply to this
	//		type as well, EXCEPT "handleAs". It is not applicable to
	//		dojo.io.script.get() calls, since it is implied by the usage of
	//		"callbackParamName" (response will be a JSONP call returning JSON)
	//		or "checkString" (response is pure JavaScript defined in
	//		the body of the script that was attached). The following additional
	//		properties are allowed for dojo.io.script.get():
	//	callbackParamName: String
	//		The URL parameter name that indicates the JSONP callback string.
	//		For instance, when using Yahoo JSONP calls it is normally, 
github spring-projects / spring-webflow / spring-faces / src / main / java / META-INF / dojo / io / script.js View on Github external
if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"] = true;
dojo.provide("dojo.io.script");

/*=====
dojo.io.script.__ioArgs = function(kwArgs){
	//	summary:
	//		All the properties described in the dojo.__ioArgs type, apply to this
	//		type as well, EXCEPT "handleAs". It is not applicable to
	//		dojo.io.script.get() calls, since it is implied by the usage of
	//		"callbackParamName" (response will be a JSONP call returning JSON)
	//		or "checkString" (response is pure JavaScript defined in
	//		the body of the script that was attached). The following additional
	//		properties are allowed for dojo.io.script.get():
	//	callbackParamName: String
	//		The URL parameter name that indicates the JSONP callback string.
	//		For instance, when using Yahoo JSONP calls it is normally, 
github fluid-project / infusion / src / webapp / component-templates / js / dojo / io / script.js View on Github external
if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"] = true;
dojo.provide("dojo.io.script");

dojo.io.script = {
	get: function(/*Object*/args){
		//summary: sends a get request using a dynamically created script tag.
		//See dojo._ioArgs() in _base/xhr.js for a list of commonly accepted 
		//properties on the args argument. Additional properties
		//that apply to all of the dojo.xhr* methods:
		//callbackParamName:
		//		String. The URL parameter name that indicates the JSONP callback string.
		//		For instance, when using Yahoo JSONP calls it is normally, 
		//		callbackParamName: "callback". For AOL JSONP calls it is normally 
		//		callbackParamName: "c".
		//checkString: 
		//		String. A string of JavaScript that when evaluated like so: 
		//		"typeof(" + checkString + ") != 'undefined'"
github cometd / cometd / examples / dojo / dojox / cometd.js.uncompressed.js View on Github external
dojox.cometd.longPollTransport=dojox.cometd.longPollTransportJsonEncoded;

dojox.cometd.connectionTypes.register("long-polling", dojox.cometd.longPollTransport.check, dojox.cometd.longPollTransportJsonEncoded);
dojox.cometd.connectionTypes.register("long-polling-json-encoded", dojox.cometd.longPollTransport.check, dojox.cometd.longPollTransportJsonEncoded);


}

if(!dojo._hasResource["dojox.cometd.longPollTransport"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
dojo._hasResource["dojox.cometd.longPollTransport"] = true;
dojo.provide("dojox.cometd.longPollTransport");


}

if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
dojo._hasResource["dojo.io.script"] = true;
dojo.provide("dojo.io.script");

/*=====
dojo.io.script.__ioArgs = function(kwArgs){
	//	summary:
	//		All the properties described in the dojo.__ioArgs type, apply to this
	//		type as well, EXCEPT "handleAs". It is not applicable to
	//		dojo.io.script.get() calls, since it is implied by the usage of
	//		"callbackParamName" (response will be a JSONP call returning JSON)
	//		or "checkString" (response is pure JavaScript defined in
	//		the body of the script that was attached). The following additional
	//		properties are allowed for dojo.io.script.get():
	//	callbackParamName: String
	//		The URL parameter name that indicates the JSONP callback string.
	//		For instance, when using Yahoo JSONP calls it is normally, 

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