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Remotely Hosted scripts



May 3, 2001, 10:28 AM

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Remotely Hosted scripts Can't Post

I have seen it were scripts can be on a site but they are hosted by some other place. For example has a hit counter that you can put on your site and they record all the info in their database. I recently made a script that is really useful for a game some of my friends play. Some guy asked me if he could use it on his site and i dont want to give out the cgi script so i was wondering if he could set it up where the html for would submit the variables from his site to my cgi? Is that possible? Thanks for the help. :)

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May 4, 2001, 2:12 PM

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Re: Remotely Hosted scripts [In reply to] Can't Post

usually, remotly hosted scripts keep all "users" accounts/data on their server. So if your friend wants to use it, you'll have to keep all the variables on your side... But if you have his username/password you can connect to his site and use things that way

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