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Ajax and Mapper follow up

Ajax and Mapper follow up

Ajax and Mapper follow up

Just an update to my previous post.  I have had success using JavaScript in the ICE environment to successfully make an Ajax call to web-services.  This was actually way easier than I thought it would be at first.

The ajax call is made to an asp.net file written in Vb script which in turn calls the web service from our imaging system.  
The response from the web-service is in the form of an XML document.  

Some of our stuff is currently using component builder to create a table in mapper, but I found that process cumbersome and was able to load the response XML into a DOM document in the browser using JavaScript and pull the info that I was looking for using the appropriate methods.  

It's nice to know that there really is no limits to what a MAPPER can do with a little bit of JavaScript.

hopefully this will help anyone who is possibly thinking of doing this in the future.

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