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[Header] ... [/Header]

[Header] ... [/Header] sets the HTTP header of the response to the contents of the container tags.

The text inside the [Header] ... [/Header] tags needs to follow the rules for HTTP headers as defined by the World Wide Web Consortium <http://www.w3c.org>.

The [Header] ... [/Header] tags should be used above any other LDML tags that modify the HTTP header. These include [Redirect_URL], [Server_Push], [Cookie_Set] and [Content_Type]. Any changes made by these tags will be erased by a subsequent set of [Header] ... [/Header] tags.

There should only be one set of [Header] ... [/Header] tags in any format file.

  • Syntax
  • Parameters
[Header]
HTTP/1.0 307 Moved Temporarily
Location: http://www.example.com/
URI: http://www.example.com

[/Header]
Examples

To prompt the site visitor with an authentication dialog:

Use the [Header] ... [/Header] tags with an appropriate HTTP header to ask the Web browser to prompt the visitor for a username and password. The realm name "Example" will be shown to the visitor in the authentication dialog.

[Header]
HTTP/1.0 401
WWW-Authenticate: Basic realm="Example"
Server: Lasso Professional 5
[/Header]
Tag Link [Header] ... [/Header] Category Output
Type Container Data Source Any
Support Preferred Version 3.0
Output Type None Security None
Implementation LCAPI Sets Lasso 7.0, Lasso 6.0, Lasso 5.0,LDML3x

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