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hi list..

we use 'Response.redirect' method in asp to go to another page without summit any form/button..

but how to do this in perl.. what i want to do is, after process everything (in page.pl) i want to go back to my asp page without using any buttons. How to do this..

Please help..

Thanks a lot,

RE: redirect to another page

If the page is created via a piece of CGI, then simply reproduce the page.  If not, you could use something like this,.....

use CGI;
my $query = new CGI;
print $query->redirect(-uri=>'http://www.someserver.com/',-nph=>0);
# do what ever work you need with the info submitted.

Depending on your Web server, you may need to set -nph to 1.  Also, the CGI.pm documentation says that some web servers make fully qualified URIs necessary... No relative paths to local pages.

 keep the rudder amid ship and beware the odd typo

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