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what happens if I set a response header with the name: JSESSIONID

 
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In HFSJ page number 238, there is a warning saying that we should never set a response header name as JSESSIONID, Why? What happens if we do so?

And what's the difference between jsessionid and JSESSIONID? Are they both one and the same?

Thanks in advance,
Srikanth
 
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JSESSIONID is set when container creates session cookie
jsessionid is used when container uses encodeURL
 
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