How do I redirect in Web API?
redirect() The redirect() method of the Response interface returns a Response that results in a redirect to the specified URL. Note: This is primarily relevant to the ServiceWorker API. A control service worker could intercept a page request and redirect it as desired.
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Is there a way to retrieve the redirected url from a postman response?
Yes, you can retrieve the redirected URL, extract interested information and use it in the next request in Postman.
What is the temporary redirect response in the browser?
The HTTP temporary redirect redirect status response code 307 indicates that the requested resource has been temporarily moved to the URL provided by the location headers. The method and body of the original request are reused to make the redirected request.
What happens if you call response.redirect a second time?
Since Response.Redirect (string url) uses the Http “Location” response header (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_headers#Responses), calling it will cause the headers to be sent to the client. This means that if you call it a second time, or if you call it after you’ve sent the headers in some other way, you’ll get the HttpException.
When to call redirect in httpresponse method?
A redirect is attempted after the HTTP headers have been sent. The following example forces an unconditional redirect to another website. Calling Redirect is equivalent to calling Redirect with the second parameter set to true. Redirect calls to End, which throws a ThreadAbortException on completion.
How does the response.redirect method work?
An autoresponder body is generated that contains the redirect URL as a link. The Redirect method sends the following explicit header, where URL is the value passed to the method, as shown in the following code:
What is the difference between call redirection and call termination?
Calling Redirect is equivalent to calling Redirect with the second parameter set to true. Redirect calls to End, which throws a ThreadAbortException on completion. This exception has a detrimental effect on the performance of the web application.