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From "$Bill Dossett" <>
Subject Re: page has moved messages...
Date Fri, 04 Aug 2000 11:53:54 GMT
thanks... I did notice a difference between netscape and
internet exploder... netscape only displays this message,
internet exploder shows the form, then the message, then
the form again... the code is using a redirect statement
as well, perhaps I can use the greaded goto location or
something instead, which I have been told is a bodge, but
seems to work ok for me...

Thanks again

Mike Bremford wrote:

> Hi Bill
> Sounds like you're seeing the message that normally goes with a 302 return
> code (temporary redirect). I can't think what would cause this off hand, but
> it could be some sort of browser oddity with caching. Which browser are you
> using?
> You might find that the browser is getting confused becuase you're sending a
> 302 code (to indicate that the page has moved somewhere else), but saying
> it's moved to itself. Try tacking a "?" followed by a random number at the
> end of the URL, or setting "Pragma: no-cache" or an expiry date in the past.
> The way I would approach this is to see exactly what headers are being
> passed to your browser - if in doubt, read the HTTP/1.1 spec
> ( and "telnet localhost 80".
> Incidentally, unlike most RFCs this one can be understood by mere mortals
> and is worth a read.
> Good Luck
> Cheers... Mike
> -----Original Message-----
> From: $Bill Dossett []
> Sent: 04 August 2000 12:07
> To:
> Subject: page has moved messages...
> Hi,
> I've got a form that submits and update to a database,
> then calls itself to display the data again so the user
> can see his changes and make further updates... the
> problem is that when I call the form, directly  after
> the update, the mesages, "this page as moved to here"
> with here being a hyperlink to the same page as
> I have called...  The URL is correct in the browser
> window and the requested URL is correct in the jasper
> log, but I still get this message and can't figure out
> why because as far as I can tell, all the paths and
> stuff is corrrect....  the bulk of the code is produced
> by macromedia ultradev.  Cool product, it writes the
> code and you get to fix it :-)  anyway, I've picked
> my way through all of the code and for once I think
> it's right.. maybe,  any ideas on what I should look
> at?
> Thanks
> Bill

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