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Old January 20th, 2005, 06:27 AM
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No need of putting anchor tag in a form.

First validate the HTML page where the link falls. There may be some extra quotes etc.

Just run
<?php
    call phpinfo();
?>

and check whether results are getting.

If the above 2 steps did not produce any result, it may be because of installation problem. OPen IIS, go to properties of default web site, click home directory tab. Click configuration. In the app mappings, check whether .php is there. If yes, double-click it to edit it. check whether the permitted verbs include get and post.
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