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1/5/2015 2:13 PM
 

I noticed that after upgrading from 4.x to 7.3.4 that when a redirect occurs due to a Friendly URL Settings regex expression that the redirect is a 301 and in 4.x it was a 302. Strangely, I need the 302 redirect instead of the 301. How can I change the 301 redirect to a 302 redirect?

 
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1/6/2015 5:45 AM
 
it is a permanent move, therefore 301 is correct.

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1/6/2015 11:07 AM
 
I understand. But, I want it to be 302. Is there a way to force it to be a 302 instead of a 301?
 
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