Syntax for linking to javascript/vbscript on the server side/client side

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Eitan, Jun 4, 2005.

  1. Eitan

    Eitan Guest

    Helo,
    I need to link the aspx page to a general vbscript (run on the server side).
    The code has the line :
    <%@ page language="vb" autowventWireUp="false" codeBehind="myasp.aspx.vb"
    inherits "myProg.myasp"%>

    If I want to use a general vbscript, that is good for all of my aspx forms,
    is it just put another line as above, or there are more things I should do.
    Need an example, please.

    Also,
    I need code for doing the same for the client side of the aspx page.
    Is it the syntax : <script language="vb" src="" /> ?
    Need sample code, please.

    Thanks :)
    Eitan, Jun 4, 2005
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  2. Eitan

    Eitan Guest

    ....
    Also, using vb code,
    from another vb code (that may be a class).
    i.e. myAspx.aspx.vb using the code of general.vb (can it be java, or c#) .

    Thanks :)
    Eitan, Jun 4, 2005
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  3. Eitan

    Eitan Guest

    ....
    Also, using vb code,
    from another vb code (that may be a class).
    i.e. myAspx.aspx.vb using the code of general.vb (can it be java, or c#) .

    Thanks :)
    Eitan, Jun 4, 2005
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