You can also use this simple to use website
Where you can create input fields,labels,buttons,checkboxes,radiobox,listbox and messages of your application by drag and drop.You can also customize any of them to the color and look you want.
After that, you can download the complete python code of the visual.
Provided your batch is a Bash script behind the firewall, the ideal way to this would be AWS API Manager.
Make some counter in your shell script, which will be incremented and after reaching some value it will update some S3 bucket
The update in bucket files will invoke Lambda function which will update some global variable
You can create API ...
Have you considered Sphinx? It takes RST files and converts them into HTML and PDF, we use it to generate all the documentation for GeoServer, it's easy to keep it in version control and automatically generate it with new builds.
The home page highlights these features:
Output formats: HTML (including Windows HTML Help), LaTeX (for
printable PDF versions), ...
We have setup Microsofts product line for our clients to replace Access. You could either utilize sharepoint, or a better option visually, the Common Data Service. It is not too expensive depending on how many users you have. I believe $35/m for one user to set up everything, and then at least $4 for each user that needs access to this data to make edits.
It's expensive, but a custom web application with a robust database backend may be what you need to meet your fairly specific needs, as well as the scale of your data. The Access database could be migrated to SQL Server using SQL Server Migration Assistant for Access and the business logic would have to be replicated in a web app (the obvious choice being a ....