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hancham

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hancham

Hello, I have a autoit application that start a bunch of process and at some point I need to check if the user exist( in a mysql server) and if the user is "OK", so if it`s ok the process will continue, if not the process stops. The thing is, I`m not really sure how to do this, right now I`m thinking about call a php that will do the DB check, so all the autoit have to do is read the PHP output OK or NOT ... how can I do that?

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hancham

But there is anyway to read parameters/variables from the browser using autoit ?

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somdcomputerguy

There is the IE Management section in the Help file, covering Internet Explorer; and in the Example Scripts forum, you'll find FF.au3, which covers Firefox (ver 3.6 and below). Also you'll find there an Opera UDF.


- Bruce /*somdcomputerguy */  If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

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smartee

To read the PHP output look at InetGet() in the help-file, but note however, as somdcomputerguy pointed out, you can work directly with MySQL databases from AutoIt, search the examples forum for some UDFs and examples.

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somdcomputerguy

..as somdcomputerguy pointed out, you can work directly with MySQL databases from AutoIt..

Actually JohnOne said that.


- Bruce /*somdcomputerguy */  If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

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smartee

Actually JohnOne said that.

:) so he did, I have no explanation for my confusion :mellow:

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