In my IIS configuration it reads:

"C:\Programs\Ruby\ruby.exe" %s %s

It works. So try the %s %s instead of %1.

Regards
Franz

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> Hi folks,
>
> trying ruby under iis (w2k), it doesn't work
> in the same way like perl or php. On command prompt it works well.
>
> Normally I should write "rubyw.exe %1" as the command line in the
> iis management console to associate the extension "rb" with ruby.
> But iis hangs, if the browser requests a "rb"-script.
> If I place the whole path as a parameter, the cgi-output appears
> in the browser and the scripts runs well, e.g.:
> "rubyw.exe c:\inetpub\wwwroot\ruby\test.rb"
>
> But this isn't a practicable way, anyway.
> Trying ruby instead of rubyw doesn't matter.
> Any sugguesions how to run ruby under iis? With apache
> it isn't a problem, but on some machines I've running
> asp-application, so I can't change.
>
> Thanks
>
> Joerg
>