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I could see this script actually is exectuing because it could print hello while exectuing the script but the template part not able to show its output you could see the script executing on

I have given complete permission to all the directory

For E.g if i comment the line #PRE_PROCESS => 'config', #PRE_PROCESS => 'variable', It give me complete output as
hello <html> <head> </head> <body> <h1>romy</h1> </body> </html>
else it give me output as only "hello"

In reply to Re^2: Template Toolkit Root Permission by romy_mathew
in thread Template Toolkit Root Permission by romy_mathew

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