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IBuySpy Store, Part II: JScript Components: Compiling Components - Doc JavaScript


IBuySpy Store, Part II: JScript Components

Compiling Components

IBuySpy Store does most of its business logic and interaction with the MSSQL database through five JScript .NET components. These .js files reside in the Components folder under the Web site's root, C:\StoreDOCJS\StoreDOCJS. These are the five JScript .NET files:

  • CustomersDB.js
  • OrdersDB.js
  • ProductsDB.js
  • ReviewsDB.js
  • ShoppingCartDb.js

As you can tell from the names, each component's role is to take care of another part of the Web site's business activity: customers, orders, products, reviews, and the store shopping cart.

The sixth file in the Components folder is the make file, mk.bat, which compiles all five components into a single dll file, StoreJS.dll. This is what the file mk.bat looks like:

jsc /t:library
  /out:..\bin\StoreJS.dll
  /r:System.dll /r:System.Web.dll /r:System.Xml.dll
    /r:System.Data.dll
  CustomersDB.js OrdersDB.js ShoppingCartDB.js
    ReviewsDB.js ProductsDB.js

As you can see, the dll file is stored in the bin folder, next to the Components folder. In fact, StoreJS.dll is the only file in the bin folder.


Next: The contents of the JScript components


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