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Any potential conflict using same object name ?

Thread began 8/11/2010 3:55 pm by victor278184 | Last modified 8/11/2010 6:17 pm by Ray Borduin | 642 views | 1 replies |


Any potential conflict using same object name ?

Hello i'm testing nested plugins with WA Framework and it found run well.... GREAT !

The structure:

A.php --> B.php --> C.php

A.php will include B.php as plugin
B.php will include C.php as plugin

your default object name is : $WA_xx_1 (or something like this)

i test B.php and C.php with the same object name as A.php and it found no problem and it work well , however i would like to know if there any potential conflict if i use same object name for nested plugin (not at the same page)...

Why i use the same object name, because i found it faster to create dreamweaver snippet and change the filename manually...

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes I think there would be potential issue in this case.

You would want to make sure your plugin names are unique to prevent any potential conflict.

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