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hi guys,

I am trying to get my ISAPI to "automatically" direct a user from one URL to another, without him/her doing anything..how do I do that.

I tried various solutions such as a simple one like this one :

HTML := HTML + '<A HREF="http://'+ServerName+'/index.htm">hej.gif</A>';

Had this is been reguliar HTML on a browser - it would have as soon as the gif file is displayed directed me to servername/index.htm - however it does not..this is prop. because of my ISAPI..

What about TWebResponse..can I do something there ?

Any bright ideas ?


Regards,

GOMF
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by:GOMF
ID: 2683824
to put aside any confusion..the hej.gif is not complete..should have had a

<img src="hej.gif"> ....
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by:Lischke
ID: 2683873
Try using JavaScript instead:

<script language="JavaScript">
function Redirect() {
  window.location = "http://www.lischke-online.de"}
   
}
}
</script>

<body onload=Redirect>
</body>

Ciao, Mike
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by:Lischke
ID: 2683880
Oops, some typos. It should be:


<script language="JavaScript">
function Redirect() {
  window.location = "http://www.lischke-online.de"}
</script>

<body onLoad="Redirect();">
</body>

Ciao, Mike
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by:Epsylon
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You can use SendRedirect('http://blahblahblah') for automatic redirection.

But can you describe more in detail what you want to achive 'coz I don't understand your question fully..?
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by:GOMF
ID: 2684070
I found a solution to the proble myself, I use a meta name

<META http-equiv="refresh" content="3; URL=http://www.myserver.com">

;-)

Thanks for your help.

Regards,

GOMF
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Put a "Location" in the header that you are sending back to the browser.

The browser will check the header and jump there direct.

TWebResponse.CustonHeaders.add('Location=http://mynewlocation.com');

rgds
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by:Probie
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Opps, sorry...
you can write the new URI direct to the
TWebResponse.Location instead...
(it's the same as my example above but this is an easier way to do it)

rgds
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by:GOMF
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goodie.


GOMF
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