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Old 11-18-2012, 01:29 PM   #1
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Concurrent.Thread.Http.get is unusable in non/compiled function


I want to develop some objects (or whatever they resemble in javascript) and they will interact through ajax with some services I have implemented in servlets.

Now, I want to do this using kind of multithreading with Concurrent.Thread. If I set up all my scripts to be text/javascript, I see the error I used as the post title when I try to make the call to retrieve information from the servlet.

If I change the type of the script where I define the object structures I'm using to text/x-script.multithreaded-js, then I'm not able to call new X(whatever) cause if says X is not defined. What is going on with Concurrent.Thread?

Thanks in advance.


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