At 5:30 PM -0400 22/4/02, Dave Sugar wrote:

>The forward page is using the HTTP meta tag, as follows:
> <meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" CONTENT="0;URL=login/login.php">
>I don't see any errors in the Apache logs regarding this (in error.log).  I
>also don't see the page sent to the client (in server.log).

Hi Dave,

This implies Explorer is failing to interpret the meta refresh properly,
and is not contacting the server to request the correct page.

It seems to be working fine on the limited versions of IE I have here.

Try using the full URL in that tag:

Another option (and this is how I always set these redirections up)
is to set up an index.php file containing:

header("Status: 404 Condition Intercepted");

You will also need to add "index.php" to the DirectoryIndex line
in httpd.conf:
DirectoryIndex index.cgi index.html index.htm index.php

>I have posted the entire Apache Config file, but I think this overkill:

Too much information is better than not enough :)


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