Mar 26, 2014 at 10:08 PM
Edited Mar 26, 2014 at 10:17 PM
Was keen to take .SPScriptAudit for a test drive, so have created a new page on my site (SP Online (v 188.8.131.5255) and added the following into a Script Editor Web Part...
Am using SP Services 2014.01
<title> Script Audit </title>
<div id="auditres">Results here:</div>
I'm not getting any results returned. I don't now how commonly this function is used, but is there anything up with my script, or could it be a SP Online thing?
Mar 27, 2014 at 1:09 PM
To be honest, I haven't looked at this function in a long time. I didn't think anyone was using it.
Are you getting any errors at all? Anything that might help to debug?
Call it bad config management/source control on my part, but given that I am using Script Editor and Content Editor web parts on various pages I figured this would be a useful tool to confirm what was deployed where! Other users must have far better controls
in place that I do if they cannot see a use for this function!
I was going to attach a couple of screenshots of the Firebug and Chrome consoles (but seem unable to add attachments), which both essentially show:
- a 404 error reporting a missing 'NewForm.aspx' page in a document library I used for storing .css files,
- an undefined variable 'aP' in SPServices, which I am hoping might be the culprit. This, I'm feeling is manifesting itself as a "Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'length' of undefined' error displayed in the Chrome console.
Is this too high level to get going with?
I'm trying to use this tool to identify all my modified forms so I can fix the dreaded 'required field title change' issue that I got after installing sp101 SP2.
I'm getting those 404s on all my document libraries as well. I think that's because document libraries don't have a newform .aspx.
I put this code in the contentplaceholdermain and it worked for me:
false, showSrc: true }); } </script> <div id="SPScriptAudit"></div>