I have strawberry perl installed on a windows 2003 server running IIS 6
I am tying to run a cgi script but it seems like it is trying to be downloaded to my browser.
Note this script creates a web page with html.
when i try to run the script from IE I get
Internet explorer can not download test.pl from <servername>
Internet Explorer was not able to open this Internet site.
The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found. Please tr
+y again later.
This is a very simple script.
Here it is.
my $test = new CGI;
print $test->header("text/html"),$test->start_html("Perl Test");
print $test->h1("Perl is working!");
Can someone give me a hint?
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