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Active Server Pages error 'ASP 0129'     Unknown scripting language

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hi,
i am using the follwing perl script in my asp program, i tried this on both 98 and 2000 i.e PWS and IIS, it says the following error..

Active Server Pages error 'ASP 0129'

Unknown scripting language

/demo/perl.inc, line 1

The scripting language 'PerlScript' is not found on the server.

My script is
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<script language="PerlScript" runat="server">
      use LWP;

      # this function returns the text between
      # the <body></body>-tags of a document, assuming that
      # the given url returns a text document (and no image e.g.)
      # call it with GetUrlBody(url) from your scripts.
      sub GetUrlBody {
            my ($url) = @_;
            my $content = GetUrlContent($url);

            # extract between body tags.
            $content =~ m/<body.*?>(.*?)<\/body>/gsi;
            my $body = $1;
            $body = $content if not defined($body);

            return $body;
      }

      # this function returns the complete content
      # of a complete document, assuming that
      # the given url returns a text document (and no image e.g.)
      # call it with GetUrlContent(url) from your scripts.
      sub GetUrlContent {
            my ($url) = @_;

            my $browser = LWP::UserAgent->new();
            $browser->timeout(10);

            my $request = HTTP::Request->new(GET => $url);
            my $webdoc = $browser->request($request);

            chomp(my $content = $webdoc->content);

            return $content;
      }
</script>



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Do you have PERL running on the server?
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by:str_kani
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fine sknight

your have asked a valid question,

it wasn't running, sorry for this small question, but any how i accept your QUESTION as ANSWER
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It's always best to start looking at the most obvious problems first, those are the things that usually escape us when troubleshooting...  good luck :)
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