Contributed by icuc
on Jun 29, 2000 at 07:49 UTC
> CGI programming
I want to set a Cookie and then jump to a different location
that will use this cookie. Can I do that?
|Answer: I wanna set Cookie and then jump to other location.How I do?|
contributed by QandAEditors
Looks like it works if you call header.
my $q = new CGI;
my $Cookie = new CGI::Cookie(-name=>'MyCookie', -value=>1);
|Answer: Can I set a Cookie and then jump to another location?|
contributed by sinan
You cannot use the cookie in the first time it is
set. (Personal experience)
You if you reload the new page, you will see
that it works.
The solution is to have the users click on a link
on the original page to go to the new page. Or, you
can have the Cookie set in the previous page.
<body onLoad="window.location.href = blah.htm;">
Actuallly, WWW Consortium has information on HTTP
These might be very useful.
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