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From ACE91 <adamleg...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: How to send event from embedded Javascript to Java
Date Thu, 08 Nov 2007 23:34:25 GMT

thomas.deweese wrote:
>    You can use BridgeContext.getInterpreter(<mimetype string>);
> To get the javascript interpreter, then call 
> script.Interpreter.bindObject(String name, Object obj);
>    To bind an Java object into the JavaScript environment.
> You can then call methods on that Java Object from javascript.

Tried this, and it didn't quite work. I think I'm not doing something right.
Here's an example of what happens:

If I do this in my Java app...

Interpreter i = BridgeContext.getInterpreter("text/ecmascript");
i.bindObject("theObject", theObject);

And then run this script in the SVG file...

<script type="text/ecmascript">

It tells me the theObject is not defined. However, if I do this...


...then it works. So apparently, the script block in the SVG file is not
using the same interpreter as the one that I'm using in my Java program. How
do I get the interpreter that the SVG file's <script> block is using?
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