executing javascript on the server side

maybe somebody can help me with this. I need to execute javascript on
the server side

format.js do
render :update do |page|
  page.insert_html :bottom, content_id, :partial =>
"add_to_favorite_from_dashboard", :locals => {:object =>
object, :favorite => favorite, :ftype => content_id}, :layout=>false

#execute javascript function here
_gaq.push(['_trackEvent',event_category ,event_label, event_action])

end

can I do something like this?

maybe somebody can help me with this. I need to execute javascript on

the server side

format.js do

render :update do |page|

page.insert_html :bottom, content_id, :partial =>

“add_to_favorite_from_dashboard”, :locals => {:object =>

object, :favorite => favorite, :ftype => content_id}, :layout=>false

#execute javascript function here

_gaq.push([’_trackEvent’,event_category ,event_label, event_action])

you can use <<

page << ‘alert(“foo”)’

maybe somebody can help me with this. I need to execute javascript on
the server side

Why?

format.js do
render :update do |page|
page.insert_html :bottom, content_id, :partial =>
"add_to_favorite_from_dashboard", :locals => {:object =>
object, :favorite => favorite, :ftype => content_id}, :layout=>false

#execute javascript function here
_gaq.push(['_trackEvent',event_category ,event_label, event_action])

end

In the context of a page (even partial) render, you presumably want
to include JS that will be executed on the client, yes? What do you
expect the above line to accomplish?

But if you really want to execute some JS on the server side, pull it
out of that render action and look at the Johnson gem.

HTH,

try this code

format.js {render :js => "alert('Yse Javascript working fine.');"}

Hi,

Anyone can help me how to give multiple search strings in imap_search function,

i tried with regular expression as follws, since i want to search all strings in Subject starting with alphabet “s”.

$emails = imap_search($inbox,“BODY Sp*”);

Kindly can u suggest any links on this multiple search

Usha Murali wrote in post #1036452:

Hi,

Anyone can help me how to give multiple search strings in imap_search
function,

i tried with regular expression as follws, since i want to search all
strings in Subject starting with alphabet "s".

$emails = imap_search($inbox,"BODY Sp*");

Kindly can u suggest any links on this multiple search

Please do NOT hijack other posts and create a new post for this
question.

subbarao wrote in post #1036442: