RE: [php-objects] Automation
- Yeah, I've tried phpserv and Pat Server. Both are
good. Pat Server is prolly a little more mature.
Another one that a lot of people are using is Nanoweb.
It's actually a web server written in PHP.
--- Derek Scruggs <derek@...> wrote:
> > I agree with Brian here. Having a script run at a__________________________________
> regularly is a job for
> the OS,
> I agree too, but...
> ...has anyone tried phpserv -
> I'm working on a project in which I'd like to spawn
> jobs triggered from a
> web browser off to a separate process (the jobs
> could be very long, so I
> don't want to risk someone closing their browser). I
> could use cron, but the
> geek in me likes the idea of a persistent
> application service receiving
> requests via SOAP or XML-RPC. But I'm not especially
> good at C or Java, and
> in any case I'd like to reuse my PHP classes with
> this service.
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