Am Fre, 2002-09-27 um 20.58 schrieb Craeg K Strong:
> Thanks for the advice!
> Unfortunately, I don't know how to do what you suggest.
> I believe that a redirect always causes a GET, rather than a POST, no?
> Also, hidden form fields are filled in on the original request, but the redirect
> flushes the request. All of my fields are gone! :-(
> Perhaps I could do something really nasty and override the Python method
> in urllib2 that handles HTTP redirects?
What to hell does urllib2 have to do with Zope?
> Today, that code creates a new REQUEST object, throwing away the old request.
> I could cause it to insert some value that I would then test for,
> to distinguish the two cases.
REQUEST.redirect sends a status code to the browser which then requests
the new URL by itself, ...
> That would be the king of all hacks, but it might work :-}
Probably not. The only thing you can do with redirect is to urlencode
your parameters, ...
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