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From "Mike Stover" <mstov...@apache.org>
Subject Re: AW: Jmeter -SESSION problem
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2003 13:20:30 GMT
Except there's no need to know the cookie name or anything.  The cookiemanager 
receives and returns cookies just like your browser.  The only time you need to 
manually add cookies to the cookie manager is if you have a specific need to 
initialize the cookies to some particular value

-Mike

On 1 Apr 2003 at 13:14, Wolfram Rittmeyer wrote:

> There are two ways how a servlet-container can deal with HttpSessions: The
> one way is to transfer a cookie with each request (you do not have to
> programm this, this is the default behaviour of at least most of the
> JSP-/Servlet-Containers) or you have to use URL-Rewriting which needs
> additional programming but has the advantage of not relying on cookies on
> the client-side.
> 
> Therefore it is highly probable that you are using cookies as a means to
> deal with cookies. For the CookieyManager to work properly you have to know
> the cooky-name. Tomcat and JRun use "jsessionid" as the name of the cooky by
> default. You should try with this one in the CookyManager.
> 
> Greetings,
> 
> Wolfram
> 



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