Update web page directly
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sat Mar 15 05:08:41 EDT 2008
You can't post to a URL just like that, thinking that you're going to
upload the data. If you use the post url command, you need to use a
URL that points to a CGI script that can handle the data.
Assuming you don't have such a CGI, you probably want to use FTP to
upload the data. You'll need the following syntax:
put fld "f_web" into url "ftp://user:firstname.lastname@example.org/file.xyz"
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On 15 mrt 2008, at 09:38, Josep wrote:
> I trying to update text content from a web page directly, well..
> put field f_url into tURL -- get the URL from a field text
> get URL tURL -- get the content of the URL
> put it into field f_web -- put the HTML code into field text to
> search and replace, etc..
> post field "f_web" to URL tURL -- ?? nothing happen
> It's correct,... ? I'm not sure if this is the best way to do this,
> I need a
> easy tool to update some pages directly without modify from a html
> Any hint?
> Josep M
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