Added new -url command line parameter to iqls.exe file
|Stef||11/21/2005 11:29 am|
|Can you please explain what can be done with that new parameter ?
|Oleg Chernavin||11/22/2005 01:00 pm|
|You can specify the original page URL to be stored along with the saved page.
|Stef||11/22/2005 01:02 pm|
|Is there any document where the command line parameters are explained? I looked at the help, but couldn`t find anything.
|Timus||11/26/2005 03:06 am|
|new command -url not work !!! it bag ?|
|Oleg Chernavin||11/28/2005 11:10 am|
|Here is the full description of all commands:
To download and save a link:
iqls.exe -d[b|a] catid url [WindowWidth [WindowHeight [ImagesOn]]]
b - show dialog before downloading the page
a - show dialog after downloading the page
catid - folder to save
url - URL of the page to save
WindowWidth - number (1024 by default)
WindowHeight - number (768 by default)
ImagesOn - 0 or 1 (0 by default - do not load and save images)
To load group of links:
iqls.exe -dm[b] filename [WindowWidth [WindowHeight [ImagesOn]]]
filename - name of the text file with links
Each line should contain:
To refresh a saved page:
iqls.exe -r catid pageid [WindowWidth [WindowHeight [ImagesOn]]]
pageid - ID of the page to refresh
To refresh a group of pages:
iqls.exe -rm filename [WindowWidth [WindowHeight [ImagesOn]]]
Format of each line of the text filename:
Import Web pages from the disk:
iqls.exe -i[b|a] catid htmlfilename [WindowWidth [WindowHeight [ImagesOn]]] [-url url]
htmlfilename - HTML file name to import
-url url - from which address was the imported page saved. If it is not supplied, Inquiry will look for the URL in the HTML code, like <!-- saved from url=(0018)http://server.com/ -->
To import all files in a folder on the disk:
iqls.exe -i[b] catid foldername [WindowWidth [WindowHeight [ImagesOn]]]
foldername - name of the folder that contains Web pages
To print a saved page:
iqls.exe -p catid pageid
To print a group of pages
iqls.exe -pm filename
Each line of the text filename should contain:
To open MS IE with Inquiry sidebar opened:
|Stef||11/28/2005 11:19 am|
thank you very much for this information.
|Oleg Chernavin||11/29/2005 03:22 am|
|You are welcome! It will be also included in the Help file for the next version of Inquiry.
|Timus||12/06/2005 02:46 am|
command "-url url" don`t work !!!
|Oleg Chernavin||12/06/2005 03:55 am|
|Can you please let us know the exact command-line you are using, so we can test it?
|Timus||12/06/2005 06:38 am|
|I create bat file.
iqls -i catid "c:\HTMLDIR" -url "blablabla.com"
Page saved, but url not changed.
|Timus||12/06/2005 06:45 am|
|p.s. I use "plugin" for Opera "COCO"
this plugin save in html file:
<!-- This document saved from http://www.metaproducts.com/mp/mpSupport_User_Forums_Message.asp?id=13967 -->
|Oleg Chernavin||12/06/2005 10:15 am|
|The -url parameter works when you import a single page, not a folder with pages. You need to use it this way:
iqls -i 2 "c:\HTMLDIR\index.html" -url "blablabla.com"
For COCO, you can use the following bat file:
start /WAIT "" %6 -i 2 "%~3\index%~5" -url %7
rmdir /S /Q %3
You can also use -ib instead of -i
|Timus||12/07/2005 05:54 am|
|Andrey Filatkin||12/06/2007 02:42 am|
|You should write the next command
iqls.exe -ib 0 "D:\Program Files\MetaProducts Inquiry\test\"
Or you can do it from Inquiry Browser. Look at 'File\Import\Folder with pages from disk' menu item.
|ieix||12/06/2007 09:37 am|
|> You should write the next command
> iqls.exe -ib 0 "D:\Program Files\MetaProducts Inquiry\test\"
> Or you can do it from Inquiry Browser. Look at 'File\Import\Folder with pages from disk' menu item.
> Best regards,
> Andrey Filatkin
> MP Staff
i've tried both ways, although i can load the html into Inquiry, the pictures are still not in??
|Andrey Filatkin||12/06/2007 09:58 am|
|> i've tried both ways, although i can load the html into Inquiry, the pictures are still not in??
Are the pictures on the disk?
Please open the disk html in Internet Explorer. Does it show with pictures?
|ieix||12/06/2007 10:12 am|
|i found the problem. the file i tried to import is actually a mht file rather than html, sorry. so i can not import mht file with images into inquiry right? i've then tried to import a few html files, they all fine except one where it said in the LHS view panel "i»?!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3c.org/TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224/loose.dtd"> " and i could still see the thumbnails. can you help me explain that, thank you.|
|Andrey Filatkin||12/07/2007 04:30 am|
|Inquiry have to import mht files. You can try to import it in other way. Open the mht file in IE and save it with Inquiry. Is it successfull?