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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 38004] - Explicit VirtualHosts Can Cause Issues On Redirects
Date Thu, 22 Dec 2005 13:13:47 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From p.issues.apache.org@rimuhosting.com  2005-12-22 14:13 -------
note: the attached foo.java file will reproduce the problem.  

As an aside it causes complaints about cookies (WARNING: Cookie rejected:
"$Version=0;
REF=ID=907888a1032f157b:TM=1135256845:LM=1135256845:S=gSqOk4-s42mhCarE; $Path=/;
$Domain=.google.com". Illegal domain attribute ".google.com". Domain of origin:
"google.com").  

Is httpclient sending back cookies that were sent to it?  After a redirect?  If
so then I'm not sure how you'd handle things if the domain changes.  e.g. a
cookie set on google.com should probably not be passed onto example.com after a
redirect.  But what about a redirect to subdir.google.com?  In this case I think
there may be something worth investigating in the cookiespec classes.

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