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Abigail,

Please read the specs if you want to do it by hand and right. There is quite more to be remitted, eg. the HTTP Status code, which in this case would be "302", which means MOVED. No, I don't think that using CGI.pm would be overkill (what about tachyon's suggestion for a light weight module instead?), it just helps you to have easy acces to teh Interface without knowing each little detail. Additionallly it helps you to protect your server against attacks very easily.

Another hint on CGI's redirection, the name for the parameter is "uri" not "location", eg.

print redirect(-uri=>"http://www.perlmonk.org/", -nph=>1, -cookie=>$cookie)
Please study what the output is to see what has to be remitted.


Have a nice day
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In reply to Re: Re: Perl web redirect by little
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