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Website uploading variables

Postby nightfighter » Fri Apr 13, 2007 2:11 am

Is it possible to associate variables with a specific URL? I would love to be able to run UniUploader so it will upload to my website(s) and not require them to all have the same exact password and/or user id.
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Website uploading variables

Postby Strahd » Mon Apr 16, 2007 5:18 pm

You can upload all variables to several URLs, maybe you can do it so that one URL only parses one variable, and so on.

The configuration is at Options, aditional URLs, every URL you put will receive all the variables, but you can process 1 per URL!
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Postby MattM » Mon Apr 16, 2007 7:54 pm

only way to do it is to have several copies of UU set up. Run several copies of UU each configured differently.
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Website uploading variables

Postby nightfighter » Thu Apr 19, 2007 1:16 am

I could run several copies, but aren't the settings for it stored in the registry? Can I install it several times and then setup each differently and then be able to just run each one and they are all setup the way I want? Don't I have to setup each one the way I want each time I run them again? The problem I have is there are several sites for me to upload to and each uses the same variable names, but the values associated with them are different.
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Postby MattM » Thu Apr 19, 2007 7:05 am

the settings are in the settings.ini file, so you'd have to have each running uu in its own folder.

The startup key is in the registry and only one of the uu's will start with it
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