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I've never been quite sure why this is, but CGI.pm hard-codes the redirection value:

sub redirect { my($self,@p) = self_or_default(@_); my($url,$target,$cookie,$nph,@other) = rearrange([[LOCATION,URI,UR +L],TARGET,['COOKIE','COOKIES'],NPH],@p); $url ||= $self->self_url; my(@o); foreach (@other) { tr/\"//d; push(@o,split("=",$_,2)); } unshift(@o, '-Status' => '302 Moved', '-Location'=> $url, '-nph' => $nph); unshift(@o,'-Target'=>$target) if $target; unshift(@o,'-Type'=>''); my @unescaped; unshift(@unescaped,'-Cookie'=>$cookie) if $cookie; return $self->header((map {$self->unescapeHTML($_)} @o),@unescaped +); }

There are various ways to deal with this, none of them completely satisfactory. Perhaps the easiest would be to generate your own redirect header rather than rely on CGI.pm.

Cheers,
Ovid

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In reply to Re: CGI Redirect with Status by Ovid
in thread CGI Redirect with Status by footpad

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