Hi! ... Use Apache::Cookie: my $cookie1=Apache::Cookie- new($r, ...)l $cookie1- bake; my $cookie2=Apache::Cookie- new($r, ...)l $cookie2- bake; But I m quite
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, Apr 18, 2003
On Fri, Apr 18, 2003 at 01:34:20PM +0200, Denis Banovic wrote:
> I'm trying to set 2 http_headers with same name e.g
> Set-Cookie: test2=2; domain=test.com; path=/
> Set-Cookie: test1=1; domain=test.com; path=/
> Can anyone give me a hint, how to set 2 http_headers with the same name?
my $cookie1=Apache::Cookie->new($r, ...)l
my $cookie2=Apache::Cookie->new($r, ...)l
But I'm quite sure you can do it without Apache::Cookie using the plain
mod_perl API. But why re-invent the wheel?
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