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I found that there is problem with the redirection in netscape browser, it gives me error message 'object moved This document may be found here'. The same thing working fine with IE, has anyone have any idea about it
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by:Asta Cu
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The problem you have was the same in prior versions of IE as well as Netscape, updates fix this... typically,  HTTP/1.1 302 redirect returned from a proxy server or Internet server when the HTTP/1.1 302 redirect is sent to Internet Explorer or Netscape in two separate TCP frames (one with the HTTP/1.1 302 redirect, and the other with a HTML body containing a page for the new location).

I'd recommend two things, 1) Visit WindowsUpdate for your Operating System to ensure you've got fixes/patches pertinent to your environment and 2) Visit Netscape to update your browser.

I suspect that if you hit the refresh button the redirect works, is that true?

http://www.decisionone.com/d1m/netscape/?cp=hlphindoh
http://help.netscape.com/netscape6/index.html?cp=brictrpr3
http://browsers.netscape.com/browsers/main.tmpl


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by:andriv
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Can you provide a link or the redirect code that you get this problem with?
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Please remain active in all your open questions here, dharmeshgoradia, and provide feedback to the experts who so willingly help you.  If more is needed, let them know of your progress.

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by:dharmeshgoradia
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yap the problem with the netscape browser 4.7 still remains.The same thing is working with netscape browser 6.0. The code i'm using is as follows
   f_call_error($error)
  {
    include_once "../x.php"
  }

in x.php
 
   some validation code, if false
   include_once "../error.php"
   
dont know how the same thing is working fine with netscape 6.0



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by:Asta Cu
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Hi, they are completely different deliverables.  Netscape has again upgraded the browser, more here.

Netscape 6
Learn More about Netscape 6.2.2, the latest browser suite from Netscape, including integrated email accounts, instant messaging, address book, search, and other tools and plug-ins. Change the look and feel with Themes and stay connected to what is most important to you with My Sidebar.

http://home.netscape.com/download/index.html?cp=svcprddwn

http://home.netscape.com/browsers/6/index.html?cp=dowpod6

Note: Netscape 6.2.2 is Netscape's latest browser release. As part of Netscape's ongoing commitment to quality, we offer periodic maintenance releases to improve the overall quality of products.

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More was added some days ago, please respond.
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Have you been helped here?  This item is still open today.
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Personally, I feel like we've been talking to ourselves here recently, and don't like wasting my time or that of the person asking the question, so going to log off and "assume" we've helped.

Putting out a sign that says "GONE FISHING", much like the Asker of this question appears to have done.

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by:dharmeshgoradia
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Sorry for the late reply. Somehow i managed to get this redirection problem disappeared, i just put one boolean value in my redirection code and its working fine. but have to do through testing of my application with different browser.

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by:Asta Cu
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Glad you've solved your problem with an interim solution, so what would you like done with this question of yours now?

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by:dharmeshgoradia
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I suppose we can not do much about this problem so i just want to leave it and will share more information here for any other netscape woo's
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This question is very old, no feedback from you.  When questions remain inactive for 21 days, they are considered abandoned and we'll need to take closing actions.  Please respond here to let us know your progress, if no response in 7 days, we'll finalize this.

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