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Posted on 2001-06-19
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Is there a way to include perl script into HTML as an include file? If so please let me know how to go about doing it.
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there is "embeded perl"
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If your webserver is configured to allow it you can use SSI to include a perl script.
From an SHTML file running on Apache 1.3.19
<!--#include virtual="/cgi-bin/axprodlist.cgi"-->
and the results of the cgi show up in the file. Simply replace /cgi-bin/axprodlist.cgi with your cgi call.
Hope that helps.
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Unfortunately, I am using WINNT2000
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Which Webserver are you running though (IIS I assume) I am pretty certain it will also allow SSI commands like the one I gave you (just needs to be set up properly to allow it)
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