LINE 1 of each perl script must point to your server's Perl5.
If your domain has a specific directory configured for perl scripts, such
as cgi-bin, place all perl scripts (.cgi files) and
ws_global.setup in the cgi-bin directory.
If you can execute perl scripts from any directory in your domain, the perl scripts
may be left in the /Web_store directory or placed in any directory of your choosing.
The /Web_store directory and it's sub-directories must be placed in a
directory which can parse HTML files and output graphic files to the
http daemon. The directory accessed with the URL
or any directory under this directory is the correct location for the /Web_store directory structure.
Perl scripts can not be placed in any directory assigned to MS Frontpage.
Setup File: /Web_store/Databases/outlet.setup
ws400.cgi is the WebStore shopping cart application which can execute in either a
non-secure or secure environment (SSL - Secure Socket Layers). SSL is activated
for order form requests and subsequent script processes.
Setup File: /Web_store/Databases/ws_banner.setup
ws_banner.cgi displays banner advertisements in a random of predetermined sequence for each request of the script.
ws_banner.cgi is a support script designed for and distributed with WebStore Frames.
ws_banner.cgi must be defined in a <frame src> tag of a frame
document parsed by ws400.cgi: