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Where can I see the ajax source made from a GWT application

 
chaitanya karthikk
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Hi all, I know that when a request is sent to a GWT application, all ajax calls, say I have 100 functionalities, so 100 ajax calls will be there. In the response I will get all the ajax functions. When I try to open the page source and try to see the ajax source, I cant find them.

When can see the source?

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chaitanya karthikk
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Can anyone please shed some light on my question?

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I dont really understand what you are asking, but whatever code you write is compiled into the .js files.
 
chaitanya karthikk
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:I dont really understand what you are asking, but whatever code you write is compiled into the .js files.

I want to know where the .js files are at the client side through firebug or developer tools. I tried to see through fire bug and found only 3 .js files contacts.nocache.js, googleChrome.js.

When I tried to open googleChrome.js file it said Access to Restricted URI Denied.

Where can I see the .js files?

Thank you, good day.
 
chaitanya karthikk
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Hi Maneesh, did you understand my question now? I hope I explained clearly now.
 
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