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POST redirection is possible.
It's even NECESSERY if you want to post on some (IIS) server poorly configured,
despite what the RFC says.
(we had to do it several times at the office when multi-posting on the web...)

In my memories it involved handling a 'redirect_ok'(!?!) method,
but a quick look at the version installed on my box
leads me to rather say that's now(?) the answer is :'UserAgent->requests_redirectable'.
(anyway you might want to see this old post)


"Only Bad Coders Code Badly In Perl" (OBC2BIP)

In reply to Re: LWP Redirection Problem by arhuman
in thread LWP Redirection Problem by davorg

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