Using wget in Rails controller

Hi,

I have a link and am getting the csv file when i do in the
terminal. I would like to do that in rails controller. I need the
authentication also.

Here is the link

" wget --user=test --password=test
https://demo.service-now.com/incident_list.do?CSV"

Please help me. I was struck with this issue.

Guys some body please help me in this.

On 13 October 2011 11:16, merbivore [email protected] wrote:

Guys some body please help me in this.

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to leave just you and me and I don’t know the answer, other than to
suggest using system() or backticks which is probably not the best
way.

It is best to wait 24 hours before bumping a question.

Have you considered the fact that if you do this in the controller
then the user will not get a response from his action until the get
has completed and you do the next render?

Colin

" wget --user=test
–password=testhttps://demo.service-now.com/incident_list.do?CSV"

Please help me. I was struck with this issue.


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On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 05:14, merbivore [email protected] wrote:

I have a link and am getting the csv file when i do in the terminal.

" wget --user=test --password=test
https://demo.service-now.com/incident_list.do?CSV"

If I grok in fullness, what you are asking is essentially “how do I
open a file by URL, in Ruby?” Googling “ruby open url” (sans quotes)
yields some promising hits. Summary: check out net::http, and
open-uri. I didn’t read it in enough detail to see how it handles
authentication (if at all), but at least it’s a starting point. Maybe
Googling “ruby open authenticated url” might be useful? I’ll leave
that as an exercise for the reader. :wink:

-Dave


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You can just execute any bash command by including command within ``
in your controller.
For example in your case
‘wget --user=test --password=test
https://demo.service-now.com/incident_list.do?CSV

Regards;
Kshitiz

try
exec i think

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