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Re: Setting a cookie

by wardk (Deacon)
on May 15, 2002 at 16:18 UTC ( #166770=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Setting a cookie

Without an expire in the future you have a session cookie, i.e. it will expire when the browser closes. Appears that Netscape considers new windows to be part of the session, where IE is not. Are you opening new windows from within the open browser ( file->new ) or are you starting it up from an icon on a desktop? Seems a new window via file->new would be considered part of a session, while new windows from icons would be a separate instance, thus separate session.

Using to at least generate the cookie would provide you with an easy method of creating a properly formatted expires= string. good luck!

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Corion had a meeting with some startup today. They have a very interesting DB proxy product, but their tech stack is really, really weird. They use the Pg wire protocol but not the Pg libraries to handle it. They support Pg SQL syntax, but don't use ...
[Corion]: ... the Pg parser (or so they claim).
[Corion]: Also, they rolled their own user management instead of supporting LDAP for user/role management, but that just shows that they're new in the enterprise market :)
Corion also just now realizes they didn't leave business cards.
[erix]: can you drop a name? :)

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