"Brian Clark" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> * Roko Roic <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [Dec 07. 2001 03:26]:
> > I don't like header('Location: page.php'); so I use a HTTP request class
> > call another script/page. This does fork another httpd, but that's life
> Just out of curiosity, what's wrong with header('Location ... ');?

I may be wrong, but I thing Header(Location) sends a Location header back to
the client informing him that he will be redirected. Therefore, you must
expect your client to be aware of that HTTP header, and some WAP client
performed strangely with this. Also some proprietary HTTP clients could act
the same.

I, too, would like to know if this is the case?


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