Allow a Redirect in WebQueryOpen 
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: Theo Heselmans9557 26 May 2008
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When using a WebQueryOpen agent, I sometimes have the need to redirect the user to another 'page' depending on some settings/fields.
Using a 'print' statement at the end of the agent would do just fine.
One practical example:
Redirect the user to a registration form, if he/she has not yet registered, and the page is confidential.



1) Michael Gollmick428 (26 May 2008)
I wrote a DSAPI for exactly doing that (a real HTTP Location: entry). However, having this option directly in the code would be so much better.
2) Harkpabst Meliantrop3799 (26 May 2008)
Yes, yes, yes, please!

It's a big step forward already, that we can now issue a 301 redirect through code, but this would be another huge improvement.
3) Eric Wilson1688 (27 May 2008)
This is loooooooong overdue and asjed for many times!

It should work in WebQueryClose, too.
4) Erwin Heeren1436 (05 Jun 2008)
Never felt I needed it. HTML Redirects work fine for me, and for 'setting based content', I use computed subforms.










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