[Seaside] Multiple cookies in the HTTP headers

Philippe Marschall philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Thu Oct 12 06:42:08 UTC 2006


I had a look at the patches and have a question:
For equality you take the key, value, expiry and path into account.
Does this make sense (semantically)? Wouldn't it be better to just use
the key and path? Or just the key? I mean it's called key for a


2006/10/10, Boris Popov <boris at deepcovelabs.com>:
> Attached file-outs (VisualWorks) include a fix to multiple equivalent
> cookies being added to the response. Specifically, the initial request
> would go through WASession>>start: and subsequently
> WASession>>redirectWithCookies: which would add a session cookie to the
> response, but WASession>>respond: would also add the same cookie to the
> same response. While the correct fix might be to not do a
> redirectWithCookies on session start when using cookies, the attached
> fixes ensure that adding equivalent cookie to the response will never
> result in it being listed there multiple times.
> Cheers!
> -Boris
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