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Webscripts in Share vs Explorer

Question asked by kriton on Nov 15, 2011
Latest reply on Nov 18, 2011 by mikeh
I face the following difficulties when I run my webscripts in share, which generally I do not when I run them in alfresco.
- When my webscripts run through share, the javascript debugger does not seem to take any notice of them. Similarly logger.log(x) does not actually log. Is there any way to fix this issue ?
- Some root objects (people or groups for example) are not visible when I run the script in share. There are ways to get around this as I can get some data by using functions defined in AlfrescoUtils.js or by creating a webscript in explorer calling it with my share script. But is there anywhere documented what directly works in share webscripts and what does not ?

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