ASP.NET and AJAX: JavaScript files from the Microsoft AJAX Library

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Nathan Sokalski

I am moving my website from my machine to my webhost, and need some help
with what extra files I need to include due to the fact that I used AJAX in
my site. Everything on the site is obviously functioning as desired when I
test it on my machine using Visual Studio 2005. From what I have determined,
the files I am forgetting are the JavaScript files from the Microsoft AJAX
Library (See "To install Microsoft AJAX Library" at the bottom of
http://ajax.asp.net/docs/InstallingASPNETAJAX.aspx ). These instructions
said to "Copy the JavaScript files to the Web site", but I found that
statement confusing for two reasons:

1. It does not say what directory in the website, which may be different for
different sites.

2. When I did a View Source for my page, it did not ask for any of those
files, but it did have the following script tags, which were added
dynamically:

<script
src="/WebResource.axd?d=Xdr-RukB2950SXJ9i71PzQ2&amp;t=633020304580493760"
type="text/javascript"></script>
<script
src="/WebResource.axd?d=hWBdjOECZgN_k_F7YoeIbx_uLIw-vrcNg3LJ3ReggFo1&amp;t=633020304580493760"
type="text/javascript"></script>
<script
src="/ScriptResource.axd?d=u5ZmT0t1N9GdJVAywVbZRG18UrHgzyUqVR1kN1XjmvbDYSWj2ME-VLVqrjhyDloC0&amp;t=633162383981348248"
type="text/javascript"></script>
<script
src="/ScriptResource.axd?d=jK6xX1_WrynclrYFeEwXRWE23Jqa0AFZkuAEsobfS2P7L9YVHmOcWlSD8vjBiOwMy9Vgk-2qDSltTpCfzOJkxw2&amp;t=633162373890373255"
type="text/javascript"></script>
<script
src="/ScriptResource.axd?d=jK6xX1_WrynclrYFeEwXRWE23Jqa0AFZkuAEsobfS2OA_l9piwXaCwsvzLh20j1El5wNsGyO4SyyVf7a8JcgkQ2&amp;t=633162373890373255"
type="text/javascript"></script>
<script
src="/ScriptResource.axd?d=jK6xX1_WrynclrYFeEwXRWE23Jqa0AFZkuAEsobfS2O1N483k9TnkyAkKQWS8mmaZc06JdbdpYo6ICgfsEgOyA2&amp;t=633162373890373255"
type="text/javascript"></script>
<script
src="/ScriptResource.axd?d=jK6xX1_WrynclrYFeEwXRWE23Jqa0AFZkuAEsobfS2O2kjkj94yAoGi2S58QcbxfxlP890rBV9zbcPNI4DQ87XIFsDOfGXqHCzK5G344D7Q1&amp;t=633162373890373255"
type="text/javascript"></script>
<script
src="/ScriptResource.axd?d=jK6xX1_WrynclrYFeEwXRWE23Jqa0AFZkuAEsobfS2PUwNRPYjgrAcy6lFlMa58pQ6l_av8iYECPUqFjziFETMxmFTIilbQnwnGmZ_d6lxOQglFhr3d2lAZhJhbrzElI0&amp;t=633162373890373255"
type="text/javascript"></script>
<script
src="/ScriptResource.axd?d=jK6xX1_WrynclrYFeEwXRWE23Jqa0AFZkuAEsobfS2MvnE-ACyj_ATIe2q6MHi6VDEV7JnSIEE2JzewMQM6f4fB40B5anjmL3n1vOvbuU7c1&amp;t=633162373890373255"
type="text/javascript"></script>


Because the page gives a script error saying 'Sys' is undefined, 'Sys' is
declared in the Microsoft AJAX Library, and the line number in the error
uses 'Sys', I am pretty sure my problem has something to do with the
Microsoft AJAX Library. Could anybody help me figure out what I need to do
to make the AJAX work on my webhost? Thanks.
 
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Cowboy \(Gregory A. Beamer\)

The AJAX library creates duplicate objects in JavaScript. Sys is the System
namespace, so yes that is AJAX. If you have created the site as an AJAX
enabled site, and use publish, you will have them already. If this is a
refit, you have to work them in yourself.

--
Gregory A. Beamer
MVP; MCP: +I, SE, SD, DBA
http://gregorybeamer.spaces.live.com
Co-author: Microsoft Expression Web Bible (upcoming)

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Think outside the box!
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Nathan Sokalski

That will not work for me, because the machine that Visual Studio 2005 is
installed on is in a different location from the one that I access the
website from (I work on the site at home, but do the FTPing at work).
Therefore:

1. I need to have the compiled *.dll's on my computer so that I can take
them with me.
2. I need to know where on the webhost I will need to put the JavaScript
files (or whatever extra files I need to include).

The basic summary of my situation is that I have all the files I need, but I
need to know what to do with all of them to set up my site on a webhost from
a machine other than the one that I built the site on. Thanks.
 

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