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Hi I was wondering if someone could help me. I have not used
activewidgets before and i wanted to know if it is possible to use it
to populate a grid that exsists on another's webpage. That is, rather
than entering user input to their webpage manually use active widgets
to enter the data? I don't know if it is appropriate to ask this of
this program?
Any assistance would be gratefully recieved!
Thanks
On May 15, 10:11 am, el_83 <eleanor.h@ldfm.com> wrote:

> Hi I was wondering if someone could help me. I have not used
> activewidgets before and i wanted to know if it is possible to use it
> to populate a grid that exsists on another's webpage. That is, rather
> than entering user input to their webpage manually use active widgets
> to enter the data? I don't know if it is appropriate to ask this of
> this program?
> Any assistance would be gratefully recieved!
> Thanks

where do you get the values from? an activewidgets grid
you could try creating a greasemonkey script that pumps the variables
from the grid you have to the grid you want, you would have to inject
the grid value webpage into the blank grid webpage, and then copy
across the values.
It would work but the devil would be in the detail. For copy across
huge amounts of data you could even automate it, this is the kind of
thing I do to keep content updating across multiple websites, but just
scouring the html.
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