I have a Script in Perl/CGI. It works like a Membership Script and the payments are processed via PayPal. One of the HTML pages is pointing to a CGI. The HTML contains a form that points to the [url removed, login to view] in the "action" section of the Form to execute the payment page which is PayPal. The problem is that there is no [url removed, login to view] in the cgi-bin, and when the Script executes [url removed, login to view] it says Internal Server Error / File not Found. The curios thing is that the Script was never edited and it was always pointing to [url removed, login to view] and it worked right when making the payments, but now when I tested the 3rd time, the Script cannot find the ccbill.cgi. Nothing changed, the ccbill never existed in the past and it worked. Is there an error with the Script, or [url removed, login to view] is a Remote Script, or maybe it comes with the Server Package?. I'm having problems with the Setup of the Payment processing! Any Ideas?
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Perl, CGI, HTML, CCBILL