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Web Framework Require Local File

alacercogitatus
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hello, in developing a new app, I want to referance a local file, not a website.

I have this: require(["https://code.jquery.com/ui/1.10.0/jquery-ui.js"], but want it to be local to the /appserver/static folder.

How to achieve?

In case of any clarifications please revert.

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alacercogitatus
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Found it. I did this:

require(["{{SPLUNKWEB_URL_PREFIX}}/static/app/APPNAME/jquery-ui.js"]

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alacercogitatus
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Found it. I did this:

require(["{{SPLUNKWEB_URL_PREFIX}}/static/app/APPNAME/jquery-ui.js"]

alacercogitatus
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

It's built in to Splunk 6, no additional django items needed. A little more seamless, IMHO. Splunk 5 - Definitely requires Django framework.

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aelliott
Motivator

Gotcha, thanks.. I've only used the django framework, Is there a reason you choose the html dashboards over django?

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alacercogitatus
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Right in the HTML Dashboard. I'm using Splunk 6.

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aelliott
Motivator

What file do you place that in?

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aelliott
Motivator

Put the javascript file in Splunk/etc/apps/MyAppName/django/MyAppName/static/MyAppName

Add this to html file in Splunk/etc/apps/MyAppName/django/MyAppName/templates

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