You should use err_headers_out( ), not headers_out( ), when you want to send cookies in a REDIRECT response or in any other non-2XX response. The difference between headers_out( ) and err_headers_out( ) is that the latter prints even on error and persists across internal redirects (so the headers printed for ErrorDocument handlers will have them). Example A-3 shows a cookie being sent in a REDIRECT.
use Apache::Constants qw(REDIRECT OK); my $r = shift; # prepare the cookie in $cookie $r->err_headers_out->add('Set-Cookie' => $cookie); $r->headers_out->set(Location => $location); $r->status(REDIRECT); $r->send_http_header; return OK;
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