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Re: Toolkit support for HTTP cookies

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  • jpflum@microsoft.com
    I was incorrect about Apache SOAP 2.2. It does support cookies if SOAPHTTPConnection.setMaintainSession=true, and the same instance of the SOAPHTTPConnection
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 1, 2001
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      I was incorrect about Apache SOAP 2.2. It does support cookies if
      SOAPHTTPConnection.setMaintainSession=true, and the same instance of
      the SOAPHTTPConnection is used for subsequent SOAP requests.

      Sorry for an confusion...

      --- In soapbuilders@y..., jpflum@m... wrote:
      > I am trying to determine how common support is in the various SOAP
      > toolkits for handling HTTP cookies returned by a Web Service.
      > Primarily, what support client side proxy code has for managing
      them
      > and sending them back to the server when appropriate.
      >
      > The Microsoft.NET Frameworks makes it possible using the
      > CookieContainer mechanism, which is a property of the
      > SoapHTTPClientProtocol class, from which client proxies typically
      > derive. It's not automatic, but very simple to use. The SOAP
      Toolkit
      > 2.0 on the other hand doesn't currently support cookies.
      >
      > I did a test using a client I wrote with Apache SOAP 2.2, and
      didn't
      > see the client sending cookies on subsequent requests, so it
      appears
      > that it doesn't support cookies either.
      >
      > What about other toolkits, Glue, IBM WSTK, etc.
      >
      > Thanks...
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