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I do not know why LWP is not following the redirection.

$ perldoc LWP::UserAgent |ack -i redir max_redirect 7 requests_redirectable ['GET', 'HEAD'] $ua->max_redirect $ua->max_redirect( $n ) redirection responses in a given request cycle. method and the response is a redirect elsewhere which is in tu +rn a redirect, and so on seven times, then LWP gives up after that $ua->requests_redirectable $ua->requests_redirectable( \@requests ) "$ua->redirect_ok(...)" will allow redirection for. By default +, this push @{ $ua->requests_redirectable }, 'POST'; received, but before any redirect handling is attempted. T +he response_redirect => sub { my($response, $ua, $h) = @_; ... } The request() method will process redirects and authentication to handle redirects or authentication responses. The request() $ua->redirect_ok( $prospective_request, $response ) redirection to the request in $response. This should return a +TRUE value if this redirection is permissible. The $prospective_req +uest the object's "requests_redirectable" list, FALSE if the propos +ed redirection is to a "file://..." URL, and TRUE otherwise.

In reply to Re: I am having problems with both redirection and detecting redirection by Anonymous Monk
in thread I am having problems with both redirection and detecting redirection by ted.byers

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