About the Interact Web Connector
The Interact WebConnector (also referred to as the JavaScript Connector, or JSConnector) provides a service on the Interact runtime server that allows JavaScript code to call the Interact Java API. This enables web pages to make calls to Interact for real-time offer personalization using only embedded JavaScript code, without having to rely on web development languages (such as Java, PHP, JSP, and so on). For example, you might embed a small snippet of JavaScript code on each page of your web site that serve offers recommended by Interact, so that each time the page loads, calls are made to the Interact API to ensure that the best offers are displayed on the loading page for the site visitor.
Use the Interact Web Connector in situations where you want to display offers to visitors on a page where you may not have server-side programmatic control over the page display (as you would with, for example, PHP or other server-based scripting), but can still embed JavaScript code in your page content that will be executed by the visitor's web browser.
The Interact Web Connector files are installed automatically onto your Interact runtime server, in the directory <Interact_home>/jsconnector. In the directory <Interact_home>/jsconnector, you'll find a ReadMe.txt containing important notes and details about the Web Connector features, as well as sample files and the Web Connector source code to use as the basis for developing your own solutions. If you do not find information to answer your questions here, see the jsconnector directory for more information.
Installing the Web Connector on the runtime server
Installing the Web Connector as a separate web application
Configuring the Web Connector
Using the Web Connector Admin Page
Sample Web Connector Page