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1. Java Servlet/JSP Cookie Disconnect    stackoverflow.com

I'm having a strange issue with cookie visibility between an authentication servlet and our actual jsp. We're using a servlet to authenticate that the user is a valid user, and if ...

2. How do you update an existing cookie in JSP?    stackoverflow.com

I have a cookie, myCookie, that contains a hash value. This cookie is set to expire in one year and has a path of '/'. I need to update this cookie ...

3. How to set cookie in Jersey?    stackoverflow.com

I am using jersey jax-rs in myeclipse as backend of my project and jsp as frontend. I want to set cookie from server after successful login. In the jersey's official document, ...

4. JSP cookies[loop].getValue() breaking when @ is a vaule    stackoverflow.com

I have set a cookie to an email address for a low level login. When i get the value of the cookie it does not return anything past the @ sign? For ...

5. Cookies    coderanch.com

I have a jsp that creates cookies and I have a jsp that displays cookies. If I run these on a standalone version of tomcat, they work just fine. If I put these two JSPs on my server running tomcat under windows NT, the cookies are created, but they won't display. Any guesses as to why?

6. Using Cookies . Is it Safe ?    coderanch.com

I am working on a application , in which we are storing the user information like the user name , the dept and the roles in a cookie. We are using the HTTPSessionCookie. Now I have a serious doubt, abt how safe is it. Once I log in to my application , the information is stored on my browser cookie. Can ...

7. writing a cookie to the disk    coderanch.com

setMaxAge sets the cookie life time period. when created the default cookie's MaxAge is set to a negative value, which means the cookie will be deleted when the browser session will be closed. so, you don't need to run setMaxAge to set a cookie, but you have to run it to manage its life time.

8. Cookie Expiration    coderanch.com

Hi everyone. I'm setting a cookie with the following code: private void setCookie(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response, String name, String value){ Cookie userPrefCookie = new Cookie (name, value); userPrefCookie.setMaxAge(31536000); response.addCookie(userPrefCookie); } then using a loop within the body of the page to retrieve the cookie name(s) and value(s), and yet when I request the MaxAge of the cookie(s) on the page with ...

9. Setting Cookies in Java or JavaScript    coderanch.com

I am currently studying the subject 'Cookies' and up to now I am a bit confused. My group and I are about to create a site that will use solely jsp pages. In it I am in charge of the cookies. The teacher intructed us to use JavaScript for that but I found out that it can be done using varied ...

10. Cookies    coderanch.com

11. How to cease these cookie information    coderanch.com

12. cookies in JSP    coderanch.com

13. Why Cookie.getDomain() returns null?    coderanch.com

I found the answer...I found the answer... This happens because Kookie API's implementation Kookie.java doesn't return us the Domain, Path, Max Age any extra information except Kookie name,value NOTE: I have replaced "c" from cookie to "k" everwhere to avoid the posting error I was getting... Here is a piece of code from Kookie.java, public Kookie(String name, String value) { maxAge ...

14. Cookies!!!    coderanch.com

15. can't create cookie using jsp    coderanch.com

16. declare cookies in jsp    coderanch.com

17. Question in Cookie ?    coderanch.com

18. Unable to set cookies with jsp    coderanch.com

Do you need to specify the domain and/or the path for the cookie? I'm not sure if the response will take care of that when you call addCookie(). Otherwise, I don't see anything wrong with this. (Sorry, I'm not much help here -- I haven't had too much experience with cookies in JSP.)

19. Cookie question    coderanch.com

20. Cookie    coderanch.com

21. get specific cookie?    coderanch.com

Ester, Welcome to JavaRanch! Yes, you need to loop through the cookie array. If you somehow knew the index of the cookie in the array you could go right to it. However, the cookies are not in any particular order. So you need to loop through each one to get the cookie name and see if it is the one you ...

22. how to tranfer cookie with jsp ?    coderanch.com

23. problem with cookies    coderanch.com

Hello, i've got this major problem with cookies, I've got a form, and when the user clicks the submit button, a new cookie will be constructed (based on info entered by the user), and response.addKookie(newCookie); is called. I've got a protion of the jsp that will get all cookies via request.getKookies(); and prints out all cookies to the webpage. The problem ...

25. Jsp Cookie Exception    coderanch.com

26. cookies usage    coderanch.com

Originally posted by Pradip Bhat: Store data at the client side like Javaranch does. It stores username and password. When you access JR next time cookies stored at the client can be used for sending username/password and you dont need to log in again. Cookies can store some user preferences like Google search engine options ?

27. Is there some easier way to set and retrieve cookies?    coderanch.com

Hey, Bear! Seems like the other part of the code is gone: <%@ page import="java.util.Date"%> <%@ page import="java.net.*"%> <% Date now = new Date(); String timestamp = now.toString(); Cookie cookie = new Cookie ("seemPlayTVPoll", "OK"); cookie.setMaxAge(365 * 24 * 60 * 60); response.addCookie(cookie); %> I had no problem in reading the cookie, but in setting it. I had to use the ...

28. How to attach/Detach cookies?    coderanch.com

29. JSP and Javascript Cookies    coderanch.com

30. setting a cookie in jsp    coderanch.com

31. How to retreive saved cookies    coderanch.com

32. Cookie Display in a jsp    coderanch.com

Hi, I have requirement where user logins through login page & his information is stored as cookie ,so now i need to display the same user id when the user clicks submit in another jsp page that is been stored as a cookie ,so can any one let me know how i can display the cookie information. please help me in ...

33. Retrieving Cookies After actionMapping.findForward("")    coderanch.com

You will not be able to read the cookies until a round trip to and from the client has been made. A forward takes place, entirely, on the server without involving the browser so the cookies that you set won't actually exist until the browser receives the response and stores them. When the browser makes it's next request, it will include ...

34. Cookie problem    coderanch.com

35. Unable to retrieve cookie either through JSP or Javascript    coderanch.com

Hi, I have a requirement to delete a particular cookie on click of a hyperlink displayed on my site. On clicking this hyperlink on my website, a new window of another website pops up which creates and stores cookie on the client machine. But i am unable to retrieve the cookie (that was stored by the other website). I tried using ...

36. cookies    coderanch.com

37. Using a method to retrieve a cookie    coderanch.com

Hi guys, I'm doing some experimenting with cookies. Below is code from a "Murach's Java Servlets & JSP" exercise to create a cookie that stores the first name of a user and adds it to the browser: package download; import java.io.*; import javax.servlet.*; import javax.servlet.http.*; import business.User; import data.UserIO; public class RegisterUserServlet extends HttpServlet { @Override public void doPost(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse ...

38. Cookies using Jsp    coderanch.com

39. cookie and jsp    coderanch.com

I try to test cookie settings in jsp. Something strange result. Here is the code <%out.println("start"); Cookie cookies[]=request.getCookies(); String sessionid=session.getId(); Cookie SessionCookie=null; if (cookies==null) { out.println("
Session Cookie added
"); SessionCookie = new Cookie("SessionID", sessionid); SessionCookie.setMaxAge(600*600); response.addCookie(SessionCookie); %> Test Cookies <% } else if (cookies!=null) { out.println("Cookie exists"); out.println(cookies[0].getValue()); out.println(cookies[0].getMaxAge()); } %> The first time I run it, I got a "array ...

40. cookies in JSP    coderanch.com

Anu satya wrote:ok. can you please give example? i am pretty sure.....how to do that keeping both cookie and URL rewriting...... then, how to differentiate the data in JSP, which is coming from URL rewriting and cookies? When writing your JSP's, instead of putting the url plain into the code, you use the c:out JSTL tag that does the rewriting for ...

41. cookie problem    coderanch.com

I don't understand why you haven't posted the code, config, and URLs you're using to test this. The way you're displaying the cookies is correct--if there should be a cookie on that page, it'll display it. Which means in all probability there isn't the cookie there you think there is. Have you confirmed the cookie physically, either by using the browser ...

42. Doubt in cookies ?    coderanch.com

43. How to cleare the cookies stored in a Cookie class in JSP file?    coderanch.com

Hiii all, I am developing some distributed application where I will add some values to Cookies using response object in one JSP page. The same thing I want to retrive in another JSP page using request object(this is the page which I wil get after pressing button in my first JSP page). When I first wrote and checked it was working ...

44. Cookie Problem    coderanch.com

Cookie cookies [] = request.getCookies (); Cookie myCookie = null; if (cookies != null) { for (int i = 0; i < cookies.length; i++) { if (cookies [i].getName().equals("Id")) { myCookie = cookies[i]; break; // Come out of loop } } // end of for } // End of If String Id=(String)myCookie.getValue(); String url_three="three.jsp?id="+Id; String url_one="one.jsp?id="+Id; ONE TWO ...

45. cookie problem    coderanch.com

46. using list create cookies    coderanch.com

47. Alternative to Cookie?    coderanch.com

48. cookie problem    coderanch.com

hi thanks for your answer dear Jeanne. i've used both of cookie.setPath("/") and cookie.setDomain("localhost") in my code before. but i can't see that cookie in my applicationB :( I attach my code with this post , I would be thankfull if you check it for me. Somayeh. ------------------------------------------------------------------ <%@ page language="java" %> <%@ taglib prefix="c" uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core" %> <% ...

49. Cookie Problem    coderanch.com

50. Cookies on JSP    coderanch.com