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From "Jeff B. Meisenhelder" <popt...@poptartweb.org>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] How to link to .bat files, clicking them, immediately executing them?
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2003 22:55:32 GMT
No, it is just the connection program that you can use over the internet
without having to download the whole client.
Here is an example: http://tsweb.waxgroove.com ... Its not actually
Java, but ActiveX.. Sorry about that.

--Jeff Meisenhelder, poptart@poptartweb.org


-----Original Message-----
From: Forrest Aldrich [mailto:forrie@forrie.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 12:29 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: RE: [users@httpd] How to link to .bat files, clicking them,
immediately executing them?


Or perhaps rewrite (if possible) some of the code into perl or PHP.

I have used the Windows XP remote client, and it works pretty well --
what 
java clients are you speaking of?  A different server that does RDP?




At 01:21 PM 6/3/2003, you wrote:
>You're problem is, is that once you open the page in a client other 
>than your server machine, it will read the link as if it was on that 
>client machine... I'm not sure how you can do this, but that is your 
>problem.
>:-)
>I am thinking that you will need a separate program and/or plug in to
>allow you to connect to apache on a specific admin port or url and do
>this, but I don't know how... I am inferring that you are using
>Windows... I would suggest trying to use RDP (Remote Desktop
>Protocol)/Terminal Services for this. I can log in from anywhere I have
>a client and access my server. (I also put a link to the client on a
>webpage where I can download it if I need to... Plus there are some
JAVA
>clients out there also.)
>
>HTH and Good Luck!
>
>--Jeff Meisenhelder, poptart@poptartweb.org
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Victor B. Gonzalez [mailto:apacheusergroup@vbgunz.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 11:35 AM
>To: Apache Users
>Subject: [users@httpd] How to link to .bat files, clicking them, 
>immediately executing them?
>
>
>Hello Apache,
>
>   I've managed to create over 40 .bat files which manipulate Apache,
>   MySQL and varying applications and I would like to execute them
>   direct from a webpage...
>
>   I made enough .bat files to create for myself a very small interface
>   which should help out in manipulating the server basics. In theory I
>   would like to remotely administer my servers using these .bat files.
>
>   In practice, I've created a small webpage with system paths (not
URLs)
>   to my .bat files but clicking the links doesn't do anything...
>
>   This is what the link looks like while creating it
>   <a href="C:/Apache/Core_Shut_Down.bat">Core Shut Down</a>
>
>   And this is what the properties look like on the webpage...
>   file:///C:/Apache/Core_Shut_Down.bat
>
>   Clicking the link on my machine or on a machine from my LAN doesn't
>   do anything *but* I can choose to save the target and successfully
>   save it *but* this option does me no good...
>
>   Any gurus know how to execute the file on my machine?
>
>   I feel I got most of the small stuff out of the way with these .bat
>   files, starting, stopping, restarting, shutting down, etc... and it
>   should give me more time to focus on touching the keyboard for the
>   configuration...
>
>   I would just like to clarify what I am working on.
>
>   Create a webpage with system links to .bat files on the server.
>   Clicking on these links will execute the .bat files on the server.
>   It should not prompt a download box or do nothing. This is to help
>   me remotely administer my server while I am out on the road.
>
>   Anybody have any insight or ideas about how to make this happen?
>
>   Thank you very much for your time
>
>--
>Best regards,
>  Victor B. Gonzalez
>
>apache_2.0.46-win32-x86-no_src
>Windows XP 5.1 Build 2600 Service Pack 1
>
>
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