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External JavaScript Limit in SilverStream??

External JavaScript Limit in SilverStream??

External JavaScript Limit in SilverStream??

I'm attempting to import a large external JavaScript file into a SilverStream 3.7.4 page.  There seems to be a 100KB limit to the size allowed.  That is, any file size smaller than 100KB loads fine.  When the size goes over 100KB, JavaScript throws an error on loading, and the debugger indicates the error occurs at what appears to be the 100KB point in the load.  Splitting the file into multiple pieces doesn't seem to help.  Is there some default restriction that can be turned off?


RE: External JavaScript Limit in SilverStream??

That's one massive piece of code you're sending over the network to your client machines.
They'll just LOVE you for writing that monstrosity, and are probably telling you just how much by timing out on receiving the file.

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