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Trace Program Executions

PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:30 am
by Harakiri
Is there any way to Trace a program execution number? like for example +1 a counter online each time a program made with neobook is executed?, For example NVU...

Heres a picture of what happen when you execute NVU:

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Any ideas of how something like this can be done?

Greetings! :roll:

PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:33 am
by dec
Hi,

"InternetPost" action is your friend. ;)

PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:39 am
by Harakiri
Danke! :roll:

PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:47 am
by dec
Hi,

Sorry. I think you understand what I want to say. The action I mentioned allow you to execute an script on an HTTP server, making an HTTP POST request, sending the data you need too. So, you can put one script (for example, a PHP script) on your server, wich can receive HTTP POST calls, then increment the "counter" and update it.

For the other hand, I'am sure a lot of other possible ways can be found. I put here the first that I think and can be work. Of course you need one server in order to put your appropiate script, and design a way in what the script receive the calls, a way to show the counter number, etc., etc. But the base can be the mentioned above:

1º Prepare an script on your own server

2º Make HTTP GET/POST call to the script

Hope this can help you in some manner. ;)

PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:52 am
by Harakiri
dec wrote:Hi,

Sorry. I think you understand what I can say. The action I mentioned allow you to execute an script on an HTTP server, making an HTTP POST request, sending the data you need too. So, you can put one script (for example, a PHP script) on your server, wich can receive HTTP POST calls, then increment the "counter" and update it.

For the other hand, I'am sure a lot of other possible ways can be found. I put here the first that I think and can be work. Of course you need one server in order to put your appropiate script, and design a way in what the script receive the calls, a way to show the counter number, etc., etc. But the base can be the mentioned above:

1º Prepare an script on your own server

2º Make HTTP GET/POST call to the script

Hope this can help you in some manner. ;)


It did help, thanks a lot, im already working on it =)