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10.5: Create executable command-line AppleScripts
Authored by: jspivack on Nov 13, '07 09:05:01AM
Re: robg's comment:

whoa! last year, I tried driving applescripts via a web page, and ended up using acgi dispatcher (http://www.sentman.com/acgi/) to do so, with spotty results. Are you saying that this is now unnecessary? in other words, I can now host a webpage on a Mac mini, and have users execute applescripts by clicking on links on that webpage? is this new leopard behavior?
thanks!
Jeff

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oops
Authored by: jspivack on Nov 13, '07 09:06:08AM

oops! wrong hint. sorry.



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10.5: Create executable command-line AppleScripts
Authored by: allanmarcus on Nov 13, '07 02:28:25PM

yes, but two things to remember:

1) The server needs to be logged in for most (if not all) applescripts.

2) The AppleScripts are executed on the server, not the client.



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