.js files are not loading when loading the page from bookmark - jquery

I have a web application where I have refer some js files. When running the pages by pasting it in browser, it is working fine. But when I run it from bookmark it's js files are not getting loaded and writing error messages on console.
I have below files added-
<script src="../GlobalJS/Constants.js"></script>
<script src="../Directive/Directive.js"></script>
<script src="../GlobalJS/GETPostService.js"></script>
in Directive.js there is a variable taken from Constant.js and surprisingly Directive.js is getting loaded but Constant.js is not getting loaded and it is showing ReferenceError

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