Axios looks good. I have worked with AngularJS. They have a similar API for making HTTP calls.


On 10.08.2018 12:01, Henrik Rützou wrote:
Mihael,

when starting to work with cross-domain etc. I would suggest to use a
framework like Axios that
not only works in browsers but also works in node.js.

But it requires knowlegde about javascript coding with promises/async/await.

Lesser can of course do, but in Axios you will have a common platform for
the client and the server.

On Fri, Aug 10, 2018 at 11:44 AM Mihael Schmidt <mihael@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

You can make the HTTP request from the frontend as JSONP to workaround
the cross-domain policy.


On 10.08.2018 11:36, Henrik Rützou wrote:
Martin,

you will never get you code to work because you need to have your main
page
and
your ajax url (http://10.1.10.99:11443/rest/QNWEBSRVCE) within the same
apache domain
or in other word the main page must reside in
http://10.1.0.99:11443/yourpage.htm otherwise
it violates AJAX cross-domain policy.

Besides that, 10.x.x.x is a private network address that can't be
accessed
directly from the
internet so you will need a NAT translation in the firewall that points
to
http://10.1.0.99:11443
otherwise you need to test from a browser-client within the 10.x.x.x
network or whatever the
subnet mask requires.

On Thu, Aug 9, 2018 at 7:15 PM Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

This has to be simpler than I am making it. I have a web page (
louie.martinvt.com ) that presents a simple page of states and cities.
It is populated with a .json file located with the page.

The actual .json file is produced with an RPGLE program (using Scott's
YAJL) and a regular physical file. My intention is to have an RPG web
service provide that .json file and it be accepted by my web page's
javascript. I have used Scott's program for that but I am missing
something.

So far, all of the articles & examples I find discuss solutions
requiring php, jquery, or some other ancillary product.

I have looked for a simple "Hello World" solution that goes end-to-end
and had no luck.

Any examples or tutorials that are dumbed way down, so I can at least
see what it is I am supposed to be doing?

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