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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37913] - Get and Post tasks: cookies not set when redirect received
Date Wed, 14 Dec 2005 19:42:39 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From dtessman@zelestra.com  2005-12-14 20:42 -------
(In reply to comment #1)
> The get task in Ant was never built to be a "client" (its not a browser) - it
> just implements the HTTP protocol.
Neither is it a client in that it does not pay us for our services [grin].  
However, when it is performing a "get" or "post" task, it does perform the 
role of client. It certainly is not the server in that instance. The point is 
that it appears, on my system anyway, to break RFC-2109. This will cause 
problems as more environments move toward a federated security model such as 
SAML. I want to restart a process on my server after I upload new code. The 
restart is protected using SAML, which requires conformance to the HTTP 
protocol standard including proper handling of cookies as defined in RFC-2109.


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