I believe HTTP_REFERER will list the place from whence you were redirected,
but unfortunately it does not distinguish between

  "redirect"  and

"following HTML link"

Of which my application has many :-(


Casey Duncan wrote:
> On Friday 27 September 2002 12:49 pm, Craeg K Strong wrote:
> [snip]
>>====Now here is the issue====
>>In both cases above, the REQUEST object looks identical.   Is there any way
>>that I can distinguish a GET that is the result of a REDIRECT from one that
>>is not?
>>I would think this would be of interest to others.  For example, if I move 
> my
>>web page and put a redirect from the old address, I could track how many
>>people came to my web page directly versus those that are still using the
>>old address and are getting redirected.
>>Any advice?
> How about the HTTP_REFERER value? I'm not sure how a redirect affects this 
> though.
> -Casey

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