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NT CGI Setup Wizard

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : CGI Script Related Problems
Dec-15-17 06:27 PM EST
Original Message
NT CGI Setup Wizard
Author Claudio on 04-27-2001 at 00:26 (EST)
Ushop version 2
Thankyou for ‘resuscitate’ my licence no. I intended to start afresh with my cgi problem so I decided to create a new cgiscript. I use the ‘NT CGI Setup Wizard’. I followed the few steps (as I have done in the past) and I got the ’successful…’ message. I then proceeded with the downloading (click here). I saved (Save the file on your local computer with the name ushop_cgiscript.pl). I took suspiciously short time to download, only 160 bytes were downloaded i.e. the few lines of html code as listed below. Of course I tried again and I had the same result. Is ver. 2 wizard still operational? And if yes were did I go wrong?
Many Tanks Claudio G.

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  RE: NT CGI Setup Wizard Bill Weiner, 2001-04-28 07:52:35 (1)

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        Author Bill Weiner on 04-28-2001 at 07:52 (EST)
It sounds like your browser tried executing the script before downloading it. Maybe try:

1) Right-clicking on the file in order to save it.

2) Or possibly use a different browser.

I just tested it out with a Netscape 4.7x browser and it appeared to work fine.... but we'll check it over with some other browsers just to make sure.
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