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JTaylor:
Hopefully I haven't overlooked anything and not sure if I have requested this feature before but looking for a direct way to redirect from a ".web" file to a new address like PERL does with

    print $query->redirect($url);

I know of at least one way to get there but a bit clunky.   Having a WebBatch function would be GREATLY appreciated.

Thanks.

Jim

td:
Ever tried to WebOut a 303 header?

HTTP/1.1 303 See Other
Location: http://whatever.org/index.html

JTaylor:
No.  I generally use this method.   Any advantage with the 303?   Any chance of a WebOutRedirect() function?

Jim


--- Code: HTML5 ---<head>
<meta http-equiv="Refresh" content="0;url=https://www.w3schools.com">
</head>
 

td:
A 301 or 303 is handled at the http protocol level which means it should require less overhead and be more efficient than an html header.   I would be very surprised if your PERL "redirect" did anything more than issue a http 301 header.

JTaylor:
Okay.  Thanks.   If you get bored and are looking for something to do, having something like that as a function would be nice though :)

Thanks again.

Jim

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