How to do this with OEE

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Oleg Chernavin 08/13/2009 08:46 am
If the PDFs are listed on one Web page, just add the following to the URL Filters - Filename section - Included keywords list:

it*.pdf

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MP Staff
Mat 08/13/2009 11:06 am
> If the PDFs are listed on one Web page, just add the following to the URL Filters - Filename section - Included keywords list:
>
> it*.pdf
>
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff


Unfortunately, the web page is not accessible, though the pdfs are downloadable.

So, doing what you told me above, OEE gives me "Error: 403 Forbidden".

Is there something to do using urls or macros?
Oleg Chernavin 08/13/2009 11:57 am
Yes, you can use URL Macros. But if combinations are lengthy, it will be almost impossible to try all millions or billions of links.

The best way would be to load the whole site to gather all PDF links.

Oleg.
Mat 08/14/2009 12:42 am
> Yes, you can use URL Macros. But if combinations are lengthy, it will be almost impossible to try all millions or billions of links.
>
> The best way would be to load the whole site to gather all PDF links.
>
> Oleg.

Thank you Mr. Oleg for your cooperation. But could you please tell me what macros I should use for this function? (Assuming that the web page is ''www.000.com/files/'' and the target files are all PDFs starting with ''IT'' ... Then, what is the URL I should type in the project settings?).
I have already tried [http://www.000.com/files/{:IT}.pdf, http://www.000.com/files/IT*.pdf, and added ''IT*.pdf'' in the ''Included File Keyword, ..], but still getting nothing!

Thank you
Oleg Chernavin 08/14/2009 05:39 am
Please read the help file about URL Macros. In your example, it you have IT001.pdf, IT002.pdf....IT999.pdf, then the starting URL will be:

http://www.000.com/files/IT{:000..999}.pdf

Oleg.