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    Installing extJS


    I need a little help in installing extJS with Apache 2.2.4. I would like to have the ability for my site to access extJS, so I am thinking it should be installed outside of the htdocs folder. I have installed it under lib/ext but I am having trouble accessing the .js files from my site.

    Is it possible to have this installed outside of the root?
    If so, what source path do I need to use to access the .js files?

    Your help is greatly appreciated.
    Tim

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    The local webserver path you use is irrelevant provided the files are accessible from the web. If that path is outside the web path, you'll need to alias it in to your site (sorry, not familiar enough with Apache to give you specifics).
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    What you should do is just create a lib/ext directory under the root of your website and then just link to them by using

    <domain>/lib/ext/<js files here>

    let me know if that helps.
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