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JustinReno

I was wondering how to implement AutoIt code into a website, i know you can using Vb and an activex control but i've been unsuccessfull, I really need help. Any would be appreciated. :rolleyes:

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sshrum

Technically any web server software that allows you to add command-line script interpreters would work. Like the post above, there is a all-autoIT writtten web server that allows for AutoIT as well as PHP, Perl, Python, etc. scripts. There are other web servers (can't remember off the top of my head) that allow you do do just this that are also free. (I found out about those servers here in the forums...just do a search).

BTW: [personal project] I took the AutoIT web server v.1.2 and did some major customization on that build. Mine is solely AutoIT (no php, perl, etc) and has numerous features like error/access logging and notifications, blacklisting, server state SysTray icons, can be run multiple times (on different ports and to different document roots), each server can be paused, and a number of others...in case you AutoIT web server guys need feature ideas :rolleyes:

Ultimately my plan is to re-write my CATS (Content Acquisition and Templating System) content distribution script (currently in PHP) entirely in AutoIT.

Dets on my PHP CATS script can be found here: http://www.shrum.net/code/cats


Sean Shrum :: http://www.shrum.net

All my published AU3-based apps and utilities

'Make it idiot-proof, and someone will make a better idiot'

 

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