I am attempting to get DC-Dot to run on a Windows 2003 Server, so that I can run it on the pages of the corporate Intranet. However, I am running into challenges that I don't know enough about with respect to CGI scripts on Windows.
Here are the technical details:
- Windows Server 2003 SP1
- ActiveState Perl 5.8.7 Build 815
- I've commented out or altered the various paths so that dcdot.pl runs on the command line, producing HTML
There error I'm getting is this:
The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete s
+et of HTTP headers.
I've tried adding a
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8
line to the output, but no joy.
Do any esteemed Monks have any experience with porting *nix-oriented web Perl scripts to Windows? Thanks.
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