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From "Asankha C. Perera" <>
Subject Re: Setting the Required Function in Inlined Scripts
Date Tue, 26 Aug 2008 08:42:00 GMT

If I remember correctly, if you do not specify the name of the function, 
we look for a function named "mediate".. However, I agree with your view 
that we should execute anything outside the functions.. we also need 
someone to take the Script mediator to support JDK 1.6 :-) !


Saliya Ekanayake wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am bit new to the script mediator. The synapse configuration 
> language mentions that we can define the which function to be executed 
> in the script if the script already exists (i.e. referred by a key). 
> The script can also be inlined according to the document, but in this 
> case it doesn't mention how can we specify which function to be 
> executed. If the script doesn't contain any functions then executing 
> the inlined script makes sense, but if there are functions and the 
> script is inlined then executing the script means to execute anything 
> outside the functions isn't it? This is the same behavior in Rhino [1] 
> when you try to execute a JavaScript containing functions.
> If my argument is wrong please correct me and let me know how to 
> specify the function to be executed when the script is inlined.
> Thanks in advance,
> Saliya
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Asankha C. Perera

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