I don't know if you can do this via IWP (like the example URL you provide), but you could use CWP. Several commands in the PHP API allow you to attach a script to the command, including a parameter.
I didn't find any solution to do this with IWP. So may be I should focus on CWP. Poorly I haven't done anything with this technology. Do you have a closer hint for me? This would be great. Nevertheless thanks for your help this far.
You can issue any of the Find commands and attach a script to run after the find is complete. If you don't have any experience with the PHP API, you'll probably have to start with the basics first.
What exactly are you trying to accomplish with the script? Is this an existing IWP solution? Maybe there's another way to skin the cat.
What I have done is to have a copy of Filemaker Pro running either on the server (for testing) or on a separate computer (for production) that runs a script in a loop that looks for a field value to change. When that value changes, I am able to export data to a container, reset the value I am looking at, and go back into the loop. You need to allow a cancel on that script so the admin user can get out of the loop. I have the loop set to pause for about 1 second before continuing, so that allows the cancel, and seems to decrease the load on the computer running it.
Hope that makes some sense.
Am hoping the the next version will let us export via IWP. After all, we are grown ups and can control who does what, yes?
The tipp with the find command reads good. I'll try this.
You might want to investigate RemoteScripter by 360Works for this.