ScriptResourceAttribute.ScriptResourceName Property

Definition

Warning

This API is now obsolete.

Gets the name of the resource file for the script library.

public:
 property System::String ^ ScriptResourceName { System::String ^ get(); };
[System.Obsolete("This property is obsolete. Use StringResourceName instead.")]
public string ScriptResourceName { get; }
member this.ScriptResourceName : string
Public ReadOnly Property ScriptResourceName As String

Property Value

The name of the resource file for the script library.

Attributes

Examples

The following example shows a ScriptResourceAttribute attribute for a script file named CheckAnswer.js that uses resources from the VerificationResources resource files. The name Answer is used to reference these resources. In this example, the ScriptResourceName property returns "LocalizingResources.VerificationResources". The file name extension is not included when you define the ScriptResourceName.

[assembly: System.Web.UI.WebResource("LocalizingScriptResources.CheckAnswer.js", "application/x-javascript")]
[assembly: System.Web.UI.ScriptResource("LocalizingScriptResources.CheckAnswer.js", "LocalizingScriptResources.VerificationResources", "Answer")]
<Assembly: System.Web.UI.WebResource("LocalizingScriptResources.CheckAnswer.js", "application/x-javascript")> 
<Assembly: System.Web.UI.ScriptResource("LocalizingScriptResources.CheckAnswer.js", "LocalizingScriptResources.VerificationResources", "Answer")> 

The following example shows how to use the resources in client script. The resource keys (Correct and Incorrect) are prefixed with Answer to identify the script resource definition that contains the values.

function CheckAnswer()
{
    var firstInt = $get('firstNumber').innerText;
    var secondInt = $get('secondNumber').innerText;
    var userAnswer = $get('userAnswer');
    
    if ((Number.parseLocale(firstInt) + Number.parseLocale(secondInt)) == userAnswer.value)
    {
        alert(Answer.Correct);
        return true;
    }
    else
    {
        alert(Answer.Incorrect);
        return false;
    }
}

Applies to