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Redirecting a Perl Page To ASP/ASP.Net Page

Hi All,
Can Anybody help me out on how to redirect from a perl page to ASP/ASP.Net Page. I have a perl script which perform some function and i want as the script is executed it should redirect to a ASP/ASP.Net Page with some query string. I need to know how can I accomplish this task.
I am using awstats(awstats.sourceforge.net) to see my site statistics and i wand to forward the bandwidth usage to ASP/ASP.Net page which is calculated through perl Script.
Any Help in this regard is higly appreciated in advance.

Jaffer Mumtaz
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jmcgOwnerCommented:
Hi, Jaffer, and congratulations on asking your first question.

An ordinary redirect is pretty simple. It's just an HTTP header line in the response that looks like:

Location: http://host.domain.tld/path/to/target/ThePage.asp?querystring

If you're using CGI.pm (usually a good idea), you'd do something like:

my $url = 'http://host.domain.tld/path/to/target/ThePage.asp?querystring';
print $query->redirect( $url);

(that's not complete, standalone code). The implementation langage of the page at the other end of the redirect is not a relevant consideration. It could be Perl, it could be ASP, or it could be any other CGI implementation language.

If this isn't what you had in mind, please explain your problem in a bit more detail. You may be intending "forward" and "redirect" in some other sense than I've been able to interpret.
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