ASP.NET Core – Return a redirect response

A redirect response contains a redirect status code (3xx) and a redirect URL in the Location header. The redirect URL can be an absolute or relative path. It’s up to the client to follow the redirect properly. Here’s an example of returning a redirect response using the Redirect() helper method: Note: The redirect helper methods … Read more

Postman – Follow redirects with the original HTTP method and Content-Type

Problem When you send a request with Postman and get back an unexpected 405 (Method Not Allowed) or 415 (Media Type Unsupported) error response, it may be due to Postman’s redirect behavior. By default, Postman automatically follows redirect responses (3xx). If it’s a 301 or 302 redirect, it’ll redirect with a forced GET and won’t … Read more