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From Roland Weber <ROLWE...@de.ibm.com>
Subject Re: How to preserve session information.
Date Wed, 20 Apr 2005 15:46:25 GMT
Hi Lalith,

when you create an HttpState, it does not contain session data.
But when you execute a request using that HttpState, the session
data is automatically stored there. If you re-use the HttpState, the
session data is available for the next request. If you create a new
HttpState for the next request, the session data is lost.

hope that helps,

tom tom <j_lalith@yahoo.com> 
20.04.2005 14:52
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Re: How to preserve session information.

Though we construct a HttpState it does not contain
session data rather we have to forcefully set the
cookie information to the HttpState.

Correct me if am wrong.


--- Roland Weber <ROLWEBER@de.ibm.com> wrote:
> Hello Lalith,
> tom tom <j_lalith@yahoo.com> wrote on 20.04.2005
> 06:15:45:
> > In my contest I do not call the same HttpState
> > instance over and over again.
> > [...]
> >
> > How can enable the httpCLient hit to a server same
> as
> > the browser hit with Preserving the session
> > information and SSO enabling.
> By using the same HttpState for the requests. The
> HttpState
> is where the session information gets stored. If you
> don't
> re-use the HttpState, you throw away the session
> data.
> hope that helps,
>   Roland

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