also sprach Jonathan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2006.01.25.2330 +0100]:
> We are running a *nix environment, and use cron with script files that use 
> either perl LWP or CURL to make http requests that invoke the zope 
> methods/scripts. LWP, CURL (and others) give you the ability to control the 
> timeout parameters.

So does wget. The problem is that our users are on Windows machines
without access to or knowledge of a Unix prompt. Thus, NPH would be
a nice way to go about it.

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