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From Oleg Kalnichevski <ol...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Sending cookies promiscuously
Date Sat, 13 Jun 2009 11:56:34 GMT
Sam Crawford wrote:
> Evening all,
> Is there any way to configure a BasicClientCookie such that if the target
> domain for the cookie is unknown, it will be sent to any domain when
> executed with an HTTP request?
> We've found that if we create a simple BasicClientCookie (setting only a
> name and value), add it to a BasicCookieStore, and then attach that cookie
> store to a HttpContext, the resulting request will not contain the cookie.
> Naturally I understand the reason for this, but I wondered if there was a
> way around it (perhaps such that if no domain is set, it sends it
> promiscously to anywhere).
> Thanks,
> Sam

Hi Sam

You basically have to replace the BasicDomainHandler [1] with a custom 
(1) implement a custom CookieAttributeHandler
(2) register it with the cookie spec of your choice instead of the 
default one.
(3) register the custom cookie spec with HttpClient

Hope this helps



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