On Monday 30 July 2001 03:10, Ben Bleything wrote:

> I understand that the POST operation stores the data from the form in
> the message headers... I just need to know which headers, so I can use
> that information to write my own... I basically want to make it seem as
> if the $failure var was POST'ed back to the page.
> I'm having NO luck whatsoever with the HTTP RFC's... too thick =>

Read them nevertheless.
A POST is a request from the client (browser) to the webserver. PHP's 
header () is used to send a response header from the webserver to the 
browser. Wrong way for what you want to do.
header ("Location: http://XY";) works (if there's a 
header ('302: Moved Temporarily'); before it), because it just tells the 
browser "don't use this URL at the moment - try XY instead" and the 
browser initiates a new request based on that.

Christian Reiniger
LGDC Webmaster (http://lgdc.sunsite.dk/)

This is JohnC IMHO, I compaired tri-word groupings here and in his plan
and got a good match.

- /. posting discussing the likelihood that an AC post that claimed to be
posted by John Carmack during his honeymoon (and having the login info at
home) was actually from him.

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