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I don't think uri_for works like that. From the docs:

$c->uri_for( $path, @args?, \%query_values? )
Merges path with $c->request->base for absolute URIs and with $c->namespace for relative URIs, then returns a normalized URI object. If any args are passed, they are added at the end of the path. If the last argument to uri_for is a hash reference, it is assumed to contain GET parameter key/value pairs, which will be appended to the URI in standard fashion.

So maybe something like:

my $itemid = 16; my $path = "/lender/loan/loan_details"; $c->response->redirect( $c->uri_for( $path, { itemid => $itemid, Displ +ay => 1 } );

Completely untested and assuming the rest of your code is correct. To test that, try just: $c->response->redirect( "/lender/loan/loan_details?itemid=$itemid&Display" ); to make sure that part works.

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In reply to Re: about catalyst response redirect by chargrill
in thread about catalyst response redirect by madison.sacd

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