It's possible that your Web server has not been configured properly, but it's also possible that this particular web server does not support placing your .fwx scripts in the Web tree. Is FoxWeb even called in this situation, or is your web server simply returning the unprocessed content of your .fwx files? Which web server are you using?
Sent by John Sullivan on 08/18/2006 09:54:39 PM:Everytime I try to access an FWX script using the brower the download manager pops up and wants to download the FWX file.
I want to use the scripts in my normal web site directory under wwwroot. I have checked the "use Web Server's directory mapping" in the Foxweb Control Center. I have also made sure that the FWX extension is mapped to Foxweb.DLL as per your user manual. The web site
If I uncheck the "Use server" setting and point to a Default Program Root which contains the same script, it works.
I checked my download manager and I see nothing to cause such a problem.
I am sure you have seen this before so can you suggest things I can check?
Thanks for your help.