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From "Hanan Ben Lulu" <ha...@tdnet.teldan.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Using Apache as a proxy
Date Wed, 04 Jan 2006 16:06:18 GMT
Hi All,

First the question:
Does Apache, when set as a proxy, keeps the session/cookie details of the
sites visited?

The problem:
I would like to build an application that centralize a searching operation
for many search engines. some of which may require a login process.
When returning the search results to the end-user, the session/cookie
details from the relevant search engine are missing. When the end-user will
click on one of the links he will be prompted to enter the user and password
all over again.
I am looking for a way to keep the session/cookie in a central place and I
was considering using Apache as a proxy.

Is that the right way?

Best regards,
Hanan




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