Represents a Get transaction, which may contain requests for one or more JS or CSS files.
This class should not be instantiated manually. Instances will be created and
returned as needed by Y.Get's
Aborts this transaction.
This will cause the transaction's
onFailure callback to be called and
will prevent any new script and link nodes from being added to the document,
but any resources that have already been requested will continue loading
(there's no safe way to prevent this, unfortunately).
Optional message to use in the
array describing why the transaction was aborted.
Begins execting the transaction.
There's usually no reason to call this manually, since Get will call it automatically when other pending transactions have finished. If you really want to execute your transaction before Get does, you can, but be aware that this transaction's scripts may end up executing before the scripts in other pending transactions.
If the transaction is already executing, the specified callback (if any) will be queued and called after execution finishes. If the transaction has already finished, the callback will be called immediately (the transaction will not be executed again).
Callback function to execute after all requests in the transaction are complete, or after the transaction is aborted.
Manually purges any
<link> nodes this transaction has
Be careful when purging a transaction that contains CSS requests, since
<link> nodes will also remove any styles they applied.
Id of the most recent transaction.
Current state of this transaction. One of "new", "executing", or "done".
Arbitrary data object associated with this transaction.
This object comes from the options passed to
Get.load(), and will be
undefined if no data object was specified.
Numeric id for this transaction, unique among all transactions within the same YUI sandbox in the current pageview.
HTMLElement nodes (native ones, not YUI Node instances) that have been inserted during the current transaction.
Options associated with this transaction.
Get.options for the full list of available options.
Request objects contained in this transaction. Each request object represents one CSS or JS URL that will be (or has been) requested and loaded into the page.