You can't send POST data with a Location redirect.  You can do it by
connecting directly to port 80 of the remote server and sending the POST


On Mon, 25 Nov 2002, Zac Hillier wrote:

> Hi All,
> I would like to know if it's possible to use php to encode form variables as
> if they had come from a post form instead of a get form. I imagine I need to
> place them into a header but cannot find much to read that gives any
> information on this.
> I need to create form variables and than use header location to direct the
> user to another page that will process the form.
> I'm posting to another site which is why i have to use form variables. I
> would like to avoid using JavaScript as this takes longer, will not work on
> all machines.
> Thanks
> Zac
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