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From Joe Schaefer <joe_schae...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Apache2::Cookie cookie parse error "Expected token not present"
Date Fri, 25 Dec 2009 03:08:49 GMT
Read the specs: cookies always require an = sign to be compliant.


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>From: 陈建春 <chenjch@maxthon.net>
>To: Joe Schaefer <joe_schaefer@yahoo.com>
>Cc: apreq-dev@httpd.apache.org
>Sent: Thu, December 24, 2009 10:06:52 PM
>Subject: Re: Apache2::Cookie cookie parse error "Expected token not present"
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>I see, I use Apache2::Cookie to parse and fetch cookie, and I can deal
>with the error by this way:
>
>>my $cookies;
>>eval { $cookies = Apache2::Cookie->fetch($r) }
>>if ($@) {
>>    $cookies = $@->jar;
>>    $cookies->cookie_class('Apache2::Cookie');
>>}
>
>>But as I know, cookie without key is also valid, just as a  single "1",
>and php will parse this cookie without any complain.
>>is apreq's parsing regular not intelligent enough?
>
>
>
>陈建春 | ChenJianchun
>>傲游Web应用部
>E-mail: chenjch@maxthon.net  
>Maxthon® --每个人的互联网中心!         上网从傲游开始!
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>
>>Joe Schaefer 写道:
>
>>> 
>>Apreq doesn't generate cookies that would create a "1" in
>>>>the client's Cookie header.  It's some other application that
>>>>did that, but you can tell apreq to ignore the 1 by using eval:
>>
>>>>my $req = APR::Request::Apache2->handle($r);
>>>>my $jar = eval {$req->jar()} || $@->jar;
>>>>...
>>
>>>>eval will trap the error and put an APR::Request::Error object
>>>>in $@.  Calling ->jar on that object won't cause another exception
>>>>to be thrown.
>>
>>>>HTH
>>
>>
>>
>>>
>>>From: >>>陈建春 <chenjch@maxthon.net>
>>>To: apreq-dev@httpd.apache.org
>>>Sent: Wed, December
>>>23, 2009 10:55:41 PM
>>>Subject: >>>Apache2::Cookie cookie parse error "Expected token not present"
>>>
>>>>>>    
>>>hi
>>>
>>>Our web site http://passport.maxthon.cn use
>>>mod_perl2.0.
>>>>>>but it displays  "Expected token not present" on the page occasionally.
>>>
>>>>>>I log the cookie string in header when the error occur, the abnormal
>>>cookie would like this:
>>>
>>>>>>rtime30013728=0; ltime30013728=1261566403616;
>>>cnzz_eid30013728=98941722-1261566395-http%3A//gocn.maxthon.com/redir/public/avatar.htm%3Fv%3D3.0.6.4;
>>>1;
>>>MAXAUTH=01000000170000005F47334BDF7A144D7BAA0F4B60AB448E3E79ECE6D111B0BE6B9A461DF1237853
>>>
>>>>>>rtime30013728=0; ltime30013728=1261566403616;
>>>cnzz_eid30013728=98941722-1261566395-http%3A//gocn.maxthon.com/redir/public/avatar.htm%3Fv%3D3.0.6.4;
>>>MAXAUTH=01000000170000006DA5314BEE28134D7BAA0F4BB1E42FEFD0330EC3913F26C41ACABF9598722B7F;
>>>1
>>>
>>>>>>I compared them with the normal cookie string, I find all of the
>>>abnormal cookie string contain "1;"
>>>>>>It is sure that the "1;" cause the Apache2::Cookie parser error.
>>>>>>I wonder how and why the "1;" is added, and how to fix it.
>>>
>>>>>>Thanks
>>>
>>>
>>>-- 
>>>
>>>陈建春 | ChenJianchun
>>>>>>傲游Web应用部
>>>E-mail: chenjch@maxthon.net 
>>>Maxthon® --每个人的互联网中心!         上网从傲游开始!
>>>傲游天下科技有限公司(中国) >>>| www.maxthon.cn 
>>>诚
>>>信、创新、务实、奋斗!
>>


      
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