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Bug #19054 Redirect -- header(Location
Submitted: 2002-08-22 12:53 UTC Modified: 2002-08-22 12:59 UTC
From: shelley at databyte dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Program Execution
PHP Version: 4.2.1 OS: W2k Server
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2002-08-22 12:53 UTC] shelley at databyte dot com
I read bug #16111 and have changed my security setting on IIS and it makes no difference. I'm also using Zend, Smarty & ADODB. In addition I'm running on a pentium 4. I am
having major problems in our login program and took the code out into a seperate test problem, and am still having the same redirect problems.

I have been checking the Forums in the PHP community for the last week and find this seems to be a problem. I've tested the following code and it only will re-direct 1 time out of 5 or 6 times, of executing the code(with no code changes). It gives an error message the other times.

Here is my test program:

<?
include_once("config.inc");
include_once("conn.inc");
	session_start();
	$sess_key=session_id();
	$access = 'grant';
	$page_name='page1.php';
	$login='shelley';
	$HTTP_SESSION_VARS['saccess'] = $access;
	$HTTP_SESSION_VARS['susername'] = 'Shelley Jones';
	$HTTP_SESSION_VARS['suserid'] = $login;
	$HTTP_SESSION_VARS['suseris'] = 'Cust';
	$HTTP_SESSION_VARS['spage'] = $page_name;
header("Location:page2.php?K=".$sess_key."&L=".$login);
flush();
exit; 
?>

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 [2002-08-22 12:59 UTC] cynic@php.net
1) don't create a new PR when there's one describing your problem already.
   add comments to the other PR isntead.

2) the argument to your header() call is broken. read the relevant RFC.


 
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