The HTTP response status code 303 See Other is a way to redirect web applications to a new URI, particularly after a HTTP POST has been performed, since (HTTP 1.1). According to , which obsoletes , "A 303 response to a GET request indicates that the origin server does not have a representation of the target resource that can be transferred by the server over HTTP. However, the Location field value refers to a resource that is descriptive of the target resource, such that making a retrieval request on that other resource might result in a representation that is useful to recipients without implying that it represents the original target resource."

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  • The HTTP response status code 303 See Other is a way to redirect web applications to a new URI, particularly after a HTTP POST has been performed, since (HTTP 1.1). According to , which obsoletes , "A 303 response to a GET request indicates that the origin server does not have a representation of the target resource that can be transferred by the server over HTTP. However, the Location field value refers to a resource that is descriptive of the target resource, such that making a retrieval request on that other resource might result in a representation that is useful to recipients without implying that it represents the original target resource." This status code should be used with the location header, as described below. If a server responds to a POST or other non-idempotent request with a 303 See Other response and a value for the location header, the client is expected to obtain the resource mentioned in the location header using the GET method; to trigger a request to the target resource using the same method, the server is expected to provide a 307 Temporary Redirect response. 303 See Other has been proposed as one way of responding to a request for a URI that identifies a real-world object according to Semantic Web theory (the other being the use of hash URIs). For example, if identifies a person, Alice, then it would be inappropriate for a server to respond to a GET request with 200 OK, as the server could not deliver Alice herself. Instead the server would issue a 303 See Other response which redirected to a separate URI providing a description of the person Alice. 303 See Other can be used for other purposes. For example, when building a RESTful web API that needs to return to the caller immediately but continue executing asynchronously (such as a long-lived image conversion), the web API can provide a status check URI that allows the original client who requested the conversion to check on the conversion's status. This status check web API should return 303 See Other to the caller when the task is complete, along with a URI from which to retrieve the result in the Location HTTP header field. (en)
  • HTTP 303, ou 303 See Other, é o código de estado de resposta HTTP que realiza o redirecionamento de aplicações web para um novo URI, especialmente após um HTTP POST ter sido realizado, o qual consta a partir do RFC 2616 (HTTP 1.1). De acordo com a RFC 7231, que torna a RFC 2616 obsoleta, "Uma resposta 303 a um pedido GET indica que o servidor de origem não tem uma representação do recurso objetivado que pode ser transferido pelo servidor sobre o HTTP. No entanto, o valor do campo Location (localização) refere-se a um recurso que é descritivo do recurso objetivado, de modo que fazer um pedido de recuperação daquele outro recurso pode resultar em uma representação que é útil para os destinatários sem implicar que representa o recurso de destino original ". Este código de estado deve ser usado com o cabeçalho de localização. Se um servidor responde a um POST ou outra requisição não-idempotente com uma resposta 303 Veja Outro e um valor para o cabeçalho de localização, é esperado que o cliente obtenha o recurso mencionado no cabeçalho de localização usando o método GET. Para desencadear uma requisição ao recurso objetivado, utilizando o mesmo método, é esperado que o servidor forneça uma resposta 307 Redirecionamento Temporário. (pt)
  • HTTP 303 See Other ,自 (HTTP 1.1)起,用于在收到HTTP POST请求之后,进行URL重定向的操作。 (zh)
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  • HTTP 303 See Other ,自 (HTTP 1.1)起,用于在收到HTTP POST请求之后,进行URL重定向的操作。 (zh)
  • The HTTP response status code 303 See Other is a way to redirect web applications to a new URI, particularly after a HTTP POST has been performed, since (HTTP 1.1). According to , which obsoletes , "A 303 response to a GET request indicates that the origin server does not have a representation of the target resource that can be transferred by the server over HTTP. However, the Location field value refers to a resource that is descriptive of the target resource, such that making a retrieval request on that other resource might result in a representation that is useful to recipients without implying that it represents the original target resource." (en)
  • HTTP 303, ou 303 See Other, é o código de estado de resposta HTTP que realiza o redirecionamento de aplicações web para um novo URI, especialmente após um HTTP POST ter sido realizado, o qual consta a partir do RFC 2616 (HTTP 1.1). (pt)
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  • HTTP 303 (en)
  • HTTP 303 (pt)
  • HTTP 303 (zh)
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