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From Damitha Kumarage <>
Subject Re: can't get cookies working
Date Fri, 17 Sep 2010 12:23:26 GMT
jim wrote:
>  We obtained 1.7.0, built and ran with it.  I make an initial call to 
> a web service, and in the HTTP response I see a Set Cookie header.  
> But the cookie is not set on the client, at least it is not visible 
> with Safari's "View All Cookies".   I then make a second call to the 
> web service and see no cookie header in the HTTP request.   So, it 
> still appears to me that there is no session/cookie support in the 
> current Axis2.
> As before, any help is greatly appreciated.  We do need cookie support 
> for our application.
AFAIK cookie session support is working for 1.7.0. There is a session 
server/client sample included in rc2. Just try that and let me know 
whether it is working for you or not.
> Jim
> On 9/15/2010 10:26 PM, Damitha Kumarage wrote:
>> Hi Jim,
>> Axis2/C has session support working. But I don't think any released 
>> version has this support.  Try 1.7.0 release candidate at [1]. At 
>> client side session support you don't have to do any 
>> configuration/coding. You need to set 
>> axis2_options_set_manage_session()  only if you are using libcurl 
>> transport. But this is not the default transport.
>> Damitha
>> [1]
>> jim wrote:
>>>   I need to use Axis2C on OS X.  I've gotten things working, sort 
>>> of, but have stumbled on cookie support.  The server I'll be 
>>> accessing sets a cookie on an initial call, then expects it on 
>>> subsequent calls.
>>> As far as I can see, I should be setting the options on the 
>>> stub/service client so that 'manage session' = true.  I've tried  
>>> accomplishing this with axis_options_set_manage_session().  But, no 
>>> cookie shows up in my requests
>>> I've tried explicitly adding a cookie HTTP header, by following 
>>> examples I've found for adding headers to the stub/service client 
>>> options.  The exact syntax of the examples varies; but I never get a 
>>> header in the HTTP request.
>>> Does cookie/session support work? Is it just a matter of getting the 
>>> right syntax?   Or is AxisC not able to handle cookies?
>>> Any responses will earn my undying gratitude...
>>> Jim Hughes
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