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09-26-2007 03:25 AM

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Melvin Chan

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Hi,

Is there a way to automate "Process Web Page" using Applescript or
Automator?
I know there's an Applescript for download URL, open URL, but there isn't
one for Process Web Page that I could find.

I'm trying to schedule a weekly / daily cron job which goess to
a web page every week and get the latest updated files from their links. (PDFs
mostly).

Thanks

09-27-2007 07:35 PM

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iGetter Support

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Hello Melvin,
Weekly/daily downloads with processing of web pages is a feature planned for the future versions of iGetter. Currently, you can add one or more URLs to iGetter using the iGETGURL event. Here is an example:
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tell application "iGetter"
«event iGETGURL» {{«class ----»:"http://host.com/file.dmg", «class refe»:"http://host.com/path.html", «class cook»:"name1=cookie1; name2=cookie2"}, {«class ----»:"http://server.com/file.zip", «class refe»:"http://server.com/"}} given «class brsg»:"MOZB"
end tell
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«class ----»:an URL - required parameter,
«class refe»: Referer - optional parameter,
«class cook»: Cookie (should be constructed as the example above) - optional parameter,
«class brsg»: Browser app signature ("MOZB" for Firefox) - optional parameter, common for all.

Regards,
iGetter Support

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