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Splunk's jQuery.ajax extension requires jQuery and the jQuery.cookie plugin

lmyrefelt
Builder

Hi,

I am trying to add some "custom" javascript (jquery) to a django template.
From time to time i am receiving the following error message(s) ;

Splunk's jQuery.ajax extension requires jQuery and the jQuery.cookie plugin

Does anyone know how to solve this ?

FYI; i have added my code and it runs fine ... but still getting the message(s) below.

<script>
 $(document).ajaxComplete(function() {
        $('.navbar-inner').hide()
 });
</script>

alt text

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1 Solution

lmyrefelt
Builder

OK, so these messages seems to have been related to me trying to load external jquery in my django code.
I removed those and change my script to;

require(["splunkjs/ready!"], function(mvc) {
$(document).ready(function() {
$('.splunk-footer').remove()
$('.shared-footer').remove()
})
});

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lmyrefelt
Builder

OK, so these messages seems to have been related to me trying to load external jquery in my django code.
I removed those and change my script to;

require(["splunkjs/ready!"], function(mvc) {
$(document).ready(function() {
$('.splunk-footer').remove()
$('.shared-footer').remove()
})
});

lmyrefelt
Builder

hmmm ... so i think that was due to me loading some external jquery libraries

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