Redirection + alert messages

Redirection + alert messages

Post by Miyoung Ki » Fri, 18 Aug 2000 04:00:00

I wrote Apache API with C for my personal authentication.
the part of source code as follows.
if(not yet authenticated)
   strcpy(r->uri, "");
   ap_table_setn(r->headers_out, "Location", r->uri);
   return REDIRECT;


When it's redirected above URL, I want to display "You don't log on yet,
please log on first" like javascript alert message window or just small
window browser, of course it's HTML document .
Anyway, no matter what method, I want our users to see that message.

Is there any idear about this ?
Thank you.

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