[ic] CookieName directive fails

Mike Heins mike at perusion.com
Fri Aug 12 08:28:30 EDT 2005

Quoting Davor Ocelic (docelic at mail.inet.hr):
> > Yes. And because the whole idea of CookieName is that you can 
> > accept a cookie from some other program -- i.e. not generated
> > by IC.
> But then there's another problem at sight, isn't it.
> When I set CookieName, and visit the site the first time, the cookie
> gets created with contents being literally just 8 random 
> chars (like say, "duYrlxYz").
> However, when you access the second page, Interchange appends
> other info to that cookie (":" in my case), and with
> the default CookiePattern, the *session ID* goes along with
> cookie contents from being "duYrlxYz" to becoming
> "duYrlxYz:".

IC will not set the cookie if it was already set.

Mike Heins
Perusion -- Expert Interchange Consulting    http://www.perusion.com/
phone +1.765.647.1295  tollfree 800-949-1889 <mike at perusion.com>

Research is what I'm doing when I don't know what I'm doing.
-- Wernher Von Braun

More information about the interchange-users mailing list