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From Andrew Wilson <awil...@hyperreal.com>
Subject a possible bug (compat prob?) in Apache 1.0 (fwd)
Date Tue, 26 Dec 1995 12:09:08 GMT
Hi,

	Mark C?  do you feel like following this up?  mod_cookies.c
	is quite old (6 July 95), are there any newer versions
	lying about?

Ay.

Forwarded message:
> From jstoner@interaccess.com  Mon Dec 25 20:23:58 1995
> Message-ID: <30DF9507.505C@interaccess.com>
> Date: Mon, 25 Dec 1995 22:24:07 -0800
> From: John Stoner <jstoner@interaccess.com>
> Organization: Internet Explorations
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> To: apache-bugs@apache.org
> Subject: a possible bug (compat prob?) in Apache 1.0
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> 
> I am trying to develop a simple cookie-handling library in perl.  I have part 
> of it, and I am testing it on an Apache 1.0 server, using a Netscape 
> client.
> 
> According to the Netscape spec (you may not have a committment to follow it, 
> I  realize) the server can store client-side data in a NAME=VALUE format.  
> When appropriate, the client passes the server a string of cookie info in the 
> HTTP request.  
> 
> The problem I am having is that I have a properly formatted (I think) header, 
>  specifying two cookies(two "Set-Cookie: NAME=VALUE;..." strings), and the 
> server *only receives one back* in the HTTP-COOKIE environment variable when 
> I access the next page.  The Netscape spec says specifically I can do 
> multiple cookies.
> 
> Now since I use a third party commercial server, I can't do a "listen" to the 
> port to see what's coming back from the client (Netscape Navigator 2.0 beta 
> 3.)
> 
> I am taking this up with Netscape, as well.  Between the two of you guys, we 
> should be able to figure this out.
> 
> The URL for my test page is:
> 
> http://www.interaccess.com/explore/universal/cooktst1.pl
> 
> The URL of the Netscape spec in question (should you care) is:
> 
> http://www.netscape.com/newsref/std/cookie_spec.html
> 
> I would appreciate you attention to this, if you'd be so kind.
> -- 
>                    --John Stoner
>                    --Internet Explorations
>                    --jstoner@interaccess.com
>                    --http://www.interaccess.com/explore/
> 


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