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Data::Dumper is a good tool to visualise complex data structures, not to access them. In this case, you could access the JSESSIONID directly (since domain and path seem to be constant):

print $jar->{COOKIES}{''}{'/'}{'JSESSIONID'}[1], "\n";

But there is a better way. Since $mech->cookies() returns an HTTP::Cookies object, you should use its methods to access the cookie. The scan() method should accomplish what you want.

# ... as before, set $jar = ... sub callback { # 0 version # 1 key # 2 val # 3 path # 4 domain # 5 port # 6 path_spec # 7 secure # 8 expires # 9 discard # 10 hash #-- add more comparisons to narrow the search result print "Cookie: $_[2]\n" if $_[2] =~ /^8430/; } $jar->scan( \&callback );

See also perldsc, HTTP::Cookies, and maybe Data::Diver.

In reply to Re: Data::Dumper and Cookies by Perlbotics
in thread Data::Dumper and Cookies by PerlSufi

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