The Android App Analysis Query Language Online (AQL-Online) is a website implementation which functions as a frontend for AQL-WebServices. AQL-Queries can be formulated and send to an AQL-WebService, which in return replies an AQL-Answer, once its computation is done. Once the answer is available the website offers textual and graphical result representations to take a view at it.
- In order to work properly any AQL-Online website instance must be configured to access a running AQL-WebService,
- the host must support PHP,
The AQL-Online website must be configured in order to be connected to an AQL-WebService.
The following parameters must be set up inside
||The AQL-WebService host's ip.|
||The AQL-WebService's port it is listening on.|
||Defines the complete domain of the webservice including subfolders.|
||By this parameter the polling-time in seconds can be specified. Once a query is issued the underlying AQL-WebServices is repeatedly polled to check if the requested answer is available.|
The AQL-Online website is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3 (see LICENSE).
AQL-Online can be used as a frontend...