Author facundobatista
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Date 2007-11-07.22:54:30
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I don't understand why after receiving a redirection, and going to a new
URL, you say to NOT send the POST data. Shouldn't the HTTP request be
exactly like the original one, but to another URL destination?

But you said that #2 solution was more RFC compliant... Could you please
quote the RFC part that describes this behaviour?
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