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Re: Removing cookies

by cbro (Pilgrim)
on Jun 30, 2003 at 20:34 UTC ( #270310=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Removing cookies

If you know the names of the cookies, you can set the expire time to a negative value. I am not familiar with deleting cookies by domain name though.
$cookie = $co->cookie ( -name=>'sessID', -value=>\%v, -expires=>'-1h', ); print $co->header(-cookie->$cookie);

HTH,
Chris

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[atcroft]: PriNet: Those code bits worked for me, with test hashes, but I didn't test it with more than a few simple test cases. *shrug* Had hoped it would help, at least.
[PriNet]: i think i found the problem, the "source" array that sets the individual key values isn't being cleared, it's keeping the previous values...
[atcroft]: PriNet: You might consider posting a small, self-contained snippet of that segment of your code, and see if someone else has a better idea.....
[atcroft]: PriNet: Ahhh... interesting.
[PriNet]: small would be a problem *heh*... the program reads all the lines from a pdf and converts the individual colum data to a seperate key/value pair... that's where the "previous" array from the pdf is not being cleared properly before reading the next pdf

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