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The api guide is real briefe about cookies. I would I go about creating/assiging a cookie, setting exporation, and anything else...
Could someone just list out the helper capabilities?
Thanks for your time...!
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hi please give me code for read write cookies in asp.net
here i have code for write cookies in computer but i dont know where is store in local pc , i know it write some where b'caz i can read this cookies also but where it save in local pc
here is code
'Create a new cookie, passing the name into the constructor Dim ContactId As New HttpCookie("ContactID") Dim PWDID As New HttpCookie("PWDID") 'Set the cookies value ContactId.Value = Session("MemberLoginID") ' EMailField &nb
I'm developing a web-site, that uses SWFUpload for
multiple files upload to the server. Page, that uploades files, is
accessable only to registered user. Authentication is done via
web-forms (authentication mode="Forms" in Web.config). Flash uploades
files to special web page - upload.aspx. In IE everything works great,
but Flash player in non-IE browser (in Firefox, for example) does not
send any cookies to upload.aspx. Because of it no sesion and no
authentication information is available in this page.
I can pass
all the information, necessary for uploading, in GET-parameters, which
upload.aspx recieve. But this is a serious security hole and I don't
want to expose session information. I can pass session identifier in
GET-request. But the question is the following: how can I restore
session information from the session identifier? How can I make
HttpContext.Current.User point to currently logged in user in this case?
Hi,I tried to set a Cookies by Response.Chookies("chookie1") into a user's machine and found difficult to get the Cookies by Request.Chookies("chookie1"). I think that is because the person used various cs(User-Agent) (browser names?). Here are some of them:Mozilla/4.0+(compatible;+MSIE+6.0;+Windows+NT+5.1)Mozilla/4.0+(compatible;+MSIE+6.0;+Windows+NT+5.1;+SV1;+.NET+CLR+1.1.4322)Mozilla/4.0+(compatible;+MSIE+6.0;+Windows+NT+5.1;+SV1;+InfoPath.1
In such case, how can I set Cookies to identify that machine?
Thanks a lot for any suggestions.
I have an HttpModuke that performs authentication sitting in front of a webservice. Using SOAP and WS-S I can capture the client's credentials and mask them by wrapping the request input stream to prevent the service provider from discovering the values.
Accessing the same service using HTTP GET/POST or any REST invocation is proving a problem.
My 1st attempt was to use proprietary HTTP Headers which allow the client to send the credentials but I cannot mask or remove them in the HttpModule ("PlatformNotSupportedException"). My next thought was to have the client add userid and password values
in the HttpWebRequest.CookieContainer object. The HttpContext.Current.Request.Cookies property arrives at the HttpModule empty. I have set the service's web.config file to "cookieless = false" but no success. I'm still not sure,
even if I can get the cookies to arrive, whether I can remove them before allowing the service to process the message. Has anyone dealt with this, or something similar, in the past? Am I missing some setting on the client side? Thanks in
advance for any help available!