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how to pass parameters to a url redirection
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msg:4456128
 9:10 pm on May 21, 2012 (gmt 0)

I am logging in from a main domain if the login is successful the user is redirected to a subdomain which is passed the login vars. In the browser a "/" is added before the ? and the parameters aren't passed getting an 404 error. I am sure there is a simple solution but have not been able to figure it out. I was wondering if someone could assist me?

With a domain http: //www.mydomain.com
which on successful login is redirected to:

http: //www.mydomain.com/clients.clientarea.php?op=clientarea&EmailAddr=futuremode@hotmail.com&Password=Um8TF83

using:

header("Location: http: //www.mydomain.com/clients.clientarea.php?op=clientarea&EmailAddr=".$EmailAddr."&Password=".$Password, true);

but I get:

http: //clientarea.mydomain.com/clients.clientarea.php/?op=clientarea&EmailAddr=futuremode@hotmail.com&Password=Um8TF83

with the / added by the browser before the ?

How do I redirect using parameters without the / issue?

 

g1smd




msg:4456134
 9:22 pm on May 21, 2012 (gmt 0)

Use the "Live HTTP Headers" extension for Firefox to see whether the duff URL is immediately generated or whether something else redirects the request to that duff URL.

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