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Autoit as Web Service

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I have a script written in AutoIt that I would like others to be able to use via a browser instead of installing on their computers. It does not have a GUI, it just reads a text file that the user would upload and AutoIt then returns a response.

I have researched the forums and seen some web service client examples but not as a server. Any direction or advice would be appreciated.

Thank you

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Thank you dragan. Do you know of any websites that are running it, just to see it in practice?

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Why not just running it yourself, and then visiting your IP in your web browser, you'll be able to see it in practice.

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