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Use of HTML and Javascript within EP

I have a newbie question:

I have several HTMl documents with javascript embedded like e.g. various calculators we use on the current website.

If I want to migrate these html sources to EP content, what can I best do than?

I assume that all existing html and javascript renders as normal without too many development involved?

Is there a good example how-To source which I can use to demonstrate this?

many thanks for your help

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 09:59 AM

    Hi

    The most easier way is creating the abstract portal components for the html and javascripts and inserting it inside the out.print method.

    Regards

    Geogi

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  • Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 10:41 AM

    Hi,

    Well there are two options:

    <b>1) If you are interested to make the portal component and then use in Portal.

    2) If you want to use your earlier HTML document as it is inside the portal.</b>

    In case 1 you need to make the Portal objects and then make a portal project. You can use javascript in that as well.

    In case 2 you can directly make the URL iView of the HTML document and then view it from the portal. Well this is not a good way of using your javascript. Personally I suggest you to go for Portal Project.

    I hope this help you!!

    Regards

    Pravesh

    PS: Please consider reewarding points.

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    • Hi Origin,

      Its great that you got some way out for your problem. I too suggested you one of this solution :). <b>Option 2</b>

      <b>Please close the thread and reward points as well!!</b> This is the SDN way of saying thanks. You must always reward points to people helping you.

      Regards

      Pravesh

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