Cookies are normally passed between browser and server in HTTP headers. If the user has Cookies switched off, Cookies become useless.
Dynamic-CD Cookies are, however, stored directly on the user's hard disk, by-passing the browser. This overcomes the difficulties with Cookies and allows small amounts of information to be stored between sessions.
The names of Cookies and Keys are case insensitive while the values they store are case sensitive. Cookies are ordered by order of creation. Keys are ordered by reverse order of creation.
Cookies and keys
Setting, accessing and enumerating Cookies and Keys are supported, providing the following functionality :
Cookies can also be set, accessed and enumerated by index :
The names of Cookies and the names of their keys can be enumerated :
Cookies without an expiry date disappear when Dynamic-CD is terminated. Cookies with an expiry date later than the current time are retained.
Note that the expiry date must be written using US English format (Locale Identifier code 1033).
Cookie Domains are set by Dynamic-CD to the same value as the realm parameter set by Dynamic-CD-Wizard. This keeps cookies generated by different Dynamic-CDs separate.
If you try to set the domain parameter by hand :
the value will be ignored and a warning will be generated in debug mode.
Cookies.Path and Cookies.Secure
The Path and Secure values are currently ignored.
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