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Why isn't this script working:

print "Location: http://.../danke.asp\n\n";

The headers returned are:

HTTP/1.0 200 OK
Location: http://.../danke.asp
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You need to use:

print "HTTP 301 Redirect\n\n";
print "Location: http://.../danke.asp";
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by:soeding
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Thanks.
Easy, although it has to be:

print "HTTP 301 Redirect\n";
print "Location: http://.../danke.asp";

I just thought one could not add a header, when it was set - as in ASP.
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Many CGIs return a Redirect header. Some also return 200 OK, 401 Access Forbidden, and 404 Not Found.
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