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Front Page with apache

Apache with Front Page Extensions Installed.
Plenty of memory and room. Front Page extensions are working because we use FP to publish to the site, FP hit counter, etc works. When we try to run a form we get the error message `Cannot run the FrontPage Server Extensions on this page: "http://globalnetenergy.com/information request.htm"
Comments appreciated
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What version of Apache and FrontPage?
emery_kAuthor Commented:
FP 2002, Apache 1.3.2
emery_kAuthor Commented:
error is Cannot run the FrontPage Server Extensions on this page: "http://globalnetenergy.com/information_request.htm

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The problem may be in the code and not your fp ext and Apache ...

Just a thought ..sorry this is not too helpful ...
Is it possible that the page contains references to a script/language that is not handled by linux (i.e. Visual Basic, etc)?

I tend to avoid Front Page extensions on unix servers because someone always finds something that works on the Mickeysoft web servers, but not on the unix ones (IMO, that is the whole diabolical purpose behind front page extensions).

Do yourself a favor, and avoid front page.  I understand you think there may be money to be made - there was once money to be made in steam engines, but you don't see anyone pushing that technology.


emery_kAuthor Commented:
I went another direction.
THanks for the input and sorry for taking so long to get back to it
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