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Automation Plugins for Scheduled Operations

The Automation Expansion Pack provides 17 advanced web automation plugins, and adds new features and functionality.

This expansion pack includes plugins that adds new features and functionality to Statbot's automation capabilities, including the ability to move, rename, or delete files from local system directories, on computer systems connected to a corporate network, or on FTP hosts available over the global Internet.

The ability to transfer full Statbot reports anywhere in the world means that anyone interested in website performance will have access to the information they need. Rounding out this collection are plugins that can play audio sounds and alerts, and the ability to launch any windows application or utility for hands-free operation.

This plugin library is ideal for webmasters, web designers, and website engineers who need to automate website reporting and logfile transfers. Powerful scheduling built into Statbot is enhanced with this library, which can greatly simplify system houskeeping tasks and ease the burden maintaining a website.
This Plugin Library
Includes 17 Plugins:

Automation Plugins:
Copy a Binary File
Copy an ASCII File
Copy a Report
Decompress a Binary File
Decompress an ASCII Text File
Delete a Local File
Delete a Remote File
Download a Binary File
Download an ASCII File
Download an HTML File
Execute a Program
Play a Sound
Rename a Local File
Rename a Remote File
Upload a Binary File
Upload a Report
Upload an ASCII File


Copy a Binary File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to copy a binary file from one location to another. Local files residing on the system can be copied, as well as remote files residing on systems connected to the network that support Windows or Samba (SMB) protocols.

The file is copied without alteration, even when it is copied to or from a system with a different architecture, byte ordering, or file format.

Copy an ASCII File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to copy a text file from one location to another. Local files residing on the system can be copied, as well as remote files residing on systems connected to the network that support Windows or Samba (SMB) protocols.

When the file is copied to the local system, CR/LF sequences are checked and possibly modified so the file can be used properly under Windows. This CR/LF conversion makes it possible to copy remote logfiles residing on a UNIX/Linux system SAMBA share to a local Windows directory.

Copy a Report Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to copy a Statbot report to any target directory. Local directories can be targets, as well as remote directories residing on systems connected to the network that support Windows or Samba (SMB) protocols.

A single Statbot report consists of dozens of JPEG images, HTML files, GIF images, and other supporting files. This plugin will copy all files required for the report in a single operation.

Decompress a Binary File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to decompress a binary file that has been compressed with gzip, pkzip, winzip, or any other utility that compresses a data file using the popular "deflate" compression algorithm.

The file is decompressed without alteration, even when it's source is from a system with a different architecture, byte ordering, or file format.

Decompress an ASCII Text File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to decompress a binary file that has been compressed with gzip, pkzip, winzip, or any other utility that compresses a data file using the popular "deflate" compression algorithm.

When the file is decompressed to the local system, CR/LF sequences are checked and possibly modified so the text file can be used properly under Windows. This CR/LF conversion makes it possible to decompress archived logfiles generated on a UNIX/Linux system into a local Windows directory.

Delete a Local File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to delete a file. Local files residing on the system can be deleted, as well as remote files residing on systems connected to the network that support Windows or Samba (SMB) protocols.

Delete a Remote File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to delete a file. The remote file is deleted via the FTP protocol, and must reside in an FTP-accessible directory on a system that hosts an FTP site.

Download a Binary File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to download a binary file. The binary file is downloaded via the FTP protocol, and must reside in an FTP-accessible directory on a system that hosts an FTP site.

The file is downloaded without alteration, even when it is downloaded from a system with a different architecture, byte ordering, or file format.

Download an ASCII File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to download a text file. The text file is downloaded via the FTP protocol, and must reside in an FTP-accessible directory on a system that hosts an FTP site.

When the file is downloaded to the local system, CR/LF sequences are checked and possibly modified so the file can be used properly under Windows. This CR/LF conversion makes it possible to download remote logfiles residing on a UNIX/Linux system SAMBA share to a local Windows directory.

Download an HTML File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to extract the HTML source for any webpage and save it into a local file. The HTML source is extracted via the HTTP protocol, and may come from any webserver on the Internet or an organization's Intranet.

Execute a Program Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to execute or launch any Windows application or utility. An unlimited number of command-line parameters may be included which are supplied to the application when it is launched.

Applications or utilities executed by this plugin are launched as stand-alone processes, and will not terminate until closed by the user or they reach the end of their execution and self-terminate.

Play a Sound Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to play a sound.

Any WAV file may be played, including standard Windows sounds, sound effects from a library or downloaded from the Internet, or music. The sound is played as a stand-alone process, and will not stop until the end of the WAV file is reached.

Rename a Local File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to rename a file. Local files residing on the system can be renamed, as well as remote files residing on systems connected to the network that support Windows or Samba (SMB) protocols.

Rename a Remote File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to rename a remote file. The remote file is renamed via the FTP protocol, and must reside in an FTP-accessible directory on a system that hosts an FTP site.

Upload a Binary File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to upload a binary file. The binary file is uploaded via the FTP protocol, and will reside in an FTP-accessible directory on a system that hosts an FTP site.

The file is uploaded without alteration, even when it is downloaded from a system with a different architecture, byte ordering, or file format.

Upload a Report Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to upload a Statbot report to any target directory. The Statbot report is uploaded via the FTP protocol, and will reside in an FTP-accessible directory on a system that hosts an FTP site.

A single Statbot report consists of dozens of JPEG images, HTML files, GIF images, and other supporting files. This plugin will upload all files required for the report in a single operation.

Upload an ASCII File Plugin

This plugin adds the ability to upload a text file. The text file is uploaded via the FTP protocol, and will reside in an FTP-accessible directory on a system that hosts an FTP site.

When the file is uploaded, CR/LF sequences are checked and possibly modified so the file is formatted for the target system. This CR/LF conversion makes it possible to upload text files that will be compatible with a UNIX/Linux system.

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