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The Dojo toolkit version shipped with Worklight 5.0 is based on 1.7.2 (the IBM version shipped with WebSphere Feature Pack for Web 2.0), and is a reduced/partial toolkit. Our project requires the use of MVC, data binding and validation. Dojo provides this functionality with modules dojox/mvc, dojox/validate, but they are missing in the Worklight Dojo version. How do I upgrade the shipped Dojo version, with the public release of 1.7.2 or 1.8.0? Or how do I add the missing modules? For development I realise this will break the Rich Page Editor, but surely it would make no differences at runtime which version of Dojo is included in my project?
Re: How to upgrade the shipped Dojo version to the public release version?2012-11-13T17:20:29ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.R0land,
You can upgrade dojo on your own, but it is not a supported environment for Worklight. Dojo version will be upgraded in the upcoming 5.0.5 release. You can read about it in the announce letter here:
Barbara Hampson, Manager, IBM Worklight
Re: How to upgrade the shipped Dojo version to the public release version?2012-11-14T06:47:50ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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I also understand that WL 5.0.5 will ship with dojo 1.8, but will this also be a stripped down/reduced version of the toolkit, as was the case with WL 5.0 and dojo 1.7.2?
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Re: How to upgrade the shipped Dojo version to the public release version?2012-11-16T05:36:03ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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We can't comment on products that haven't been released. We can only share the announcement documents.
As Barbara said, changing Dojo w/in Worklight isn't supported. You might be able to get it to work, but since it isn't supported, we can't assist with that.
If your application is a pure Mobile Web application (i.e. you aren't using PhoneGap or native calls), you may want to consider a peer product called WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools for Eclipse (WDT) served from the Eclipse Marketplace. It contains some of the same tooling and does allow one to swap out Dojo. WDT is a subset of Rational Application Developer, which also has some of the same web, web 2.0, and mobile web tools.