, it's difficult to follow your node because you have included too many extraneous details. I think you'll have much more specific success if you reduce the sheer amount detail in your node.
With that said, I'll offer up a couple of general comments which may or may not be of help, pending further explanations on your part:
- You only get one shot at printing a CGI header. Thus, if you've already printed out one header, it is impossible to get a redirect to work.
- Have you tried hardcoding a URL to see if that will redirect?
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