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AJAX does not work if web page is created by PERL

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a web page contains a number of pictures that are downloaded using AJAX.

when the web page is downloaded as a ".html " file AJAX does its job perfect.
when the identical page content is sent via PERL "print (@template);" AJAX does not work.

did other developers experience same problem?

the ".html" file was created by copying the source of the page generated by PERL.
I therefore assume pages are absolutely identical.

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Sep 12 '06 #1
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You should check again that the page generated by Perl is exactly the same. If it's no different, it should work. The only thing that might possibly be wrong is the mime type - is it sent as "text/html"?
May 13 '08 #2

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