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APEX JavaScript static file repository

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JavaScript file in the static file repository

This is all fine and works just fine, but after you have developed the JavaScript function as described above you will want to put it into a script so you can make it reusable on several web pages.  If you already have a JavaScript file you have created previously, or downloaded reusable code from the internet, you can follow the same steps mentioned here to add the file to the script repository.

First, create the JavaScript file named easy_java.js using the code in Listing X.1.  However, when converting the inline code from the HTML Header section you will need to remove the <script> and </script> tags.  These tags are necessary in the HTML Header section, but are not permitted when the code is in a JavaScript file.  You may also use, or view as a reference, the file named easy_java.js in the code depot.

To upload the easy_java.js script into the script repository:

1.     Navigate to Shared Components for the Easy Samples application.

2.     Click on the Static Files link.

3.     Click the Create button.

4.     Application: select the Easy Samples option.

5.     Filename: click the Browse… button and navigate to the Code Depot and select the easy_java.js file.

6.     Click the Upload button.


Now you have added the easy_java.js script to the script repository and it is available for all application pages to take advantage of.  Navigate back to the page attributes page for the Java Script page and edit the HTML Header text area to include the text as shown in Figure X.4.

Referencing the functions, in the uploaded JavaScript file, on a single APEX page is done by adding the following code to the HTML Header section of the Page attributes page.

Figure X.4 – Using JavaScript from Script Repository.

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