[rt-users] Angular web page breaks when I try to access it from the local/html directory of RT 4.4.2
kcreasy at aph.org
Wed May 11 16:29:47 EDT 2016
Thanks Shawn. It is good to know at least that this could work. My problem is that the error I'm getting in the web-development console is pretty useless. It may be difficult to figure out just what's going wrong when I try to access it from the local/html directory in RT.
I am including the script like this, <script src="https://tech.aph.org/~keith/rt-progress.js. Obviously RT should not be touching this.
As I mentioned before, we have a similar page that includes a script in just the same way that works. The new angular.js version fails.
Another possible resolution would be if I can catch the "Not logged in" message and then call RT to let the user log in and use my page as the "tangent". I don't know how to do that or even if there is a way.
From: rt-users [mailto:rt-users-bounces at lists.bestpractical.com] On Behalf Of Shawn Moore
Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 3:40 PM
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Subject: Re: [rt-users] Angular web page breaks when I try to access it from the local/html directory of RT 4.4.2
On 2016年5月11日 at 13:54:01, Keith Creasy (kcreasy at aph.org) wrote:
> We have a similar script, that doesn't use angular.js, that works.
> Any idea if RT is simply not compatible with Angular.js markup?
I’ve done some prototyping with Angular (1.x) within RT’s UI and I don’t recall having any particular problems.
> Is there any hope of updating RT to be more REST and json compliant as
> well as making it so it doesn't try to mangle scripts?
We are eager to release a new REST API with JSON support, but as of right now it’s still in the works.
RT certainly shouldn’t be mangling scripts in any case!
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