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From "Christopher H. Laco" <>
Subject Re: Apache::TestRequest + Cookies
Date Wed, 24 Nov 2004 21:18:36 GMT
Thanks. I'll give that a whirl tonight.

I finally got the hack approach working by calling 
$apacheRequestResponse->headers("Set-Cookie") and passing that result right 
back into the [scantily mentioned] second param of Apache::TestRequest::GET 
'url', headername => headervalue

Since I only had on cookie, it works. All hell would break loose the minute 
I had more I assume.


>From: Michael Peters <>
>Subject: Re: Apache::TestRequest + Cookies
>Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2004 14:29:02 -0500
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>Stas Bekman wrote:
>>Christopher H. Laco wrote:
>>>Has anyone used ApacheTestRequest to test pages using cookiessessions?
>>>I'm writing some quick and dirty tests for an AxKit session module I've 
>>>adopted. I've got everything up and running config wise and the pages are 
>>>getting run through AxKit just fine.
>>>The first two tests simply consist of a set-value page which uses 
>>>Apache::Session::File to store a value, and a get-value page that 
>>>confirms the value is returned. Of course the get-value test, test 2, 
>>>fails because Apache::TestRequest is ignore the sessionid cookie [or all 
>>>cookies really].
>>>I have LWP installed and I've tried a few different encantations using 
>>>->cookie_jar and HTTPCookie without any luck. Is there a Tutorial or 
>>>examples somwhere that cover dealing with sessions within 
>>I guess the silence means that no one has used it with cookies. I suppose 
>>that you could fix it to work with cookies though. But I could be wrong 
>>and it already works but not documented. there is a lot of such code in 
>LWP::UserAgent doesn't by default keep a cookie_jar. All I had to do was 
>add this near the top of my test script before any GET/POST calls.
>     Apache::TestRequest::user_agent( cookie_jar => {});
>Michael Peters
>Plus Three, LP

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