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I have converted a Python program into a *.exe file and now I want to include it in Confluence. However, not as a downloadable file, but rather I would like to run the file via Confluence. Is this somehow possible?
Or does anyone have another idea?
Thank you in advance!
Nope, there is no other way to do this.
You can try to upload it, but I can be sure that it will be uploaded. On server, perhaps the admins restricted uploading exe files.
I also want to do the same as what Melissa is trying to do, by uploading an executable Python file into Confluence for a User Guide document that I am creating. I would like the readers of this document to be able to save that executable file to their local or network drives.
Any suggestions for how I can achieve this?