Hi Jord,

You don't need to get HTTP_REFERER, in order to know what the client 
requested! And every browser stores some other info in HTTP_REFERER...
The filename that was reqested is stored in $REQUEST_URI


>I'm writing a 404 handler and in order to report the item that was requested
>I was trying to get the value of HTTP_REFERER. But, it does seem to get set.
>Does anyone know how to find thi value? Is there a reason why it would not
>get set?

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