Hi Bastien - Stuart & Daniel Thanks for your help!
On 3/10/2009 12:16 PM, "Bastien Koert" <phps...@gmail.com> wrote: > Are you getting an error? What does 'not working' mean? No errors the page just stayed on the header('Location: show.php'); page - never went to: show.php --- On 3/10/2009 12:17 PM, "Stuart" <stut...@gmail.com> wrote: > Is display_errors on and error_reporting set to at least E_ALL? My guess > would be your test server has output buffering on but your main server does > not. Without errors there's no way to be sure. Not sure Stuart - I will look into this.... ---- On 3/10/2009 12:21 PM, "Daniel Brown" <danbr...@php.net> wrote: >> It works on my test server w php 5.2.6 but not at the main server w v 5.12 > > Did you already have some output sent to the browser? That may be > causing header() not to be able to send the Location header to the > browser properly. Yes the page if a combo form / action page Q: I might have learned something.... Does the: header('Location: xxx.php'); command need to be in the first php block? On some pages when I make multi php blocks into 1 big one and put the header command inside it - it seems to work better - is this true? Q: Also, is it possible that extra whitespace inside the php block can cause the header command to not work? (I might have that happening also - looking into it) > >> Is there a way to get it to go to the other page (even with a different >> command/function) - or am I doing something wrong? > > Well, if the above is in fact the case (and yes, different > versions and installations have been known to respond differently), > then you can use a browser-based meta refresh, which will work for all > browsers anyway: > > <?php > // .... your code.... > header('Location: show.php'); > echo '<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;show.php">'; > flush(); > exit(0); > ?> I tried refresh Daniel - and it worked great! I even added a GET var to it - worked also echo '<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;show.php?id='.$_GET[id].'">'; Thanks again folks! > > This kills three birds with the same stone like so: > > 1.) It tries to use the header() location redirect. > 2.) It falls back on browser-based redirection. > 3.) It forces a flush() of the data to the client, regardless > of minimum size limits. > 4.) It forces the script to exit with a non-error code of 0. -- Thanks - RevDave Cool @ hosting4days . com [db-lists 09] -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php