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From "Leon Rosenberg" <>
Subject Re: Persistent HTTP session cookies
Date Mon, 01 May 2006 19:48:34 GMT
I doubt that tomcat support this kind of session cookies. However, you
could configure tomcat to have session timeout about 24h (or whatever
you need) and in your servlet/filter/action overwrite JSESSIONID
Cookie with a persistent cookie. I think it should work equally well.

On 5/1/06, Paul Sideleau <> wrote:
> I am in progress of moving an old legacy based web
> application for internal use from Sun Java System Web
> Server to tomcat. We currently have a Sun Java System
> Web Server specific setting that allows the JSESSIONID
> cookie to be persisted to their machine for a day.
> This allows internal users to close their browsers
> without having to log back in again. Is there a
> similiar tomcat setting? I have not been able to find
> one.
> Thank you.
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