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= Purpose  =
 
= Purpose  =
The optional  <span style="color:purple; font-style:italic">/Customscript</span> ODB tree provides the user with a way to execute a script when a button on a [[mhttpd]] [[Custom Page]] is clicked, including the capability of passing parameters from the ODB to the user-written script. This tree is similar to the [[/Script ODB tree]], except instead of producing [[/Script ODB tree#Script-button|script-buttons]] on the [[Status Page]], it produces [[#Customscript-button|customscript-buttons]] on a user-written [[Custom Page]].
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The optional  <span style="color:purple; font-style:italic">/Customscript</span> ODB tree provides the user with a way to execute a script when a button on a [[mhttpd]] [[Custom Page]] is clicked, including the capability of passing parameters from the ODB to the user-written script. This tree is similar to the [[/Script ODB tree]], except instead of producing [[/Script ODB tree#Script-button|script-buttons]] on the [[Status Page]], it produces [[#Customscript-button|customscript-buttons]] on a user-written [[Custom Page]], provided an HTML <input> tag is provided in the Custom Page code for each custom-script button (see [[Custom Page Features#CustomScript Buttons]]).
  
  
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<div id="Customscript-button"></div>
 
<div id="Customscript-button"></div>
 
Any key created in the <span style="color:purple; font-style:italic">/Customscript</span> tree will appear as a '''''customscript-button'''''  <span style="color: #444444; background-color: #CCCCCC; font-style:italic; font-size: 90; padding:0.25em;padding-left: 0.5em;padding-right: 0.5em;border:1px solid #808080;border-radius: 5px;margin-bottom:1px;"><customscript-name></span>
 
Any key created in the <span style="color:purple; font-style:italic">/Customscript</span> tree will appear as a '''''customscript-button'''''  <span style="color: #444444; background-color: #CCCCCC; font-style:italic; font-size: 90; padding:0.25em;padding-left: 0.5em;padding-right: 0.5em;border:1px solid #808080;border-radius: 5px;margin-bottom:1px;"><customscript-name></span>
on the default [[mhttpd]] [[Status Page]].  
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(see [[#Purpose|above]]).
  
 
Otherwise, the syntax of the <span style="color:purple; font-style:italic">/Customscript</span> tree is exactly the same as that of the <span style="color:purple; font-style:italic">/Script</span> tree. See [[/Script ODB tree#<script-name> key or subtree|Script tree]] for details.
 
Otherwise, the syntax of the <span style="color:purple; font-style:italic">/Customscript</span> tree is exactly the same as that of the <span style="color:purple; font-style:italic">/Script</span> tree. See [[/Script ODB tree#<script-name> key or subtree|Script tree]] for details.

Revision as of 16:33, 24 September 2014

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Purpose

The optional /Customscript ODB tree provides the user with a way to execute a script when a button on a mhttpd Custom Page is clicked, including the capability of passing parameters from the ODB to the user-written script. This tree is similar to the /Script ODB tree, except instead of producing script-buttons on the Status Page, it produces customscript-buttons on a user-written Custom Page, provided an HTML <input> tag is provided in the Custom Page code for each custom-script button (see Custom Page Features#CustomScript Buttons).


Creating the /Customscript tree

The /Customscript ODB tree is created by the user. This tree is optional, and the names of any keys in this tree are chosen by the user.


<customscript-name> key or subtree

Any key created in the /Customscript tree will appear as a customscript-button <customscript-name> (see above).

Otherwise, the syntax of the /Customscript tree is exactly the same as that of the /Script tree. See Script tree for details.