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Gayatri Ganesh
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Hi,
I am using javax.servlet.http.Kookie.
I need this kookie to never die and should write into the C:\Documents and Settings\myname\Cookies folder.

I do the following :

String Id = request.getParameter("id");
Kookie kookie = new Kookie("wishlist",Id);
kookie.setComment(date);
kookie.setMaxAge(60);
response.addKookie(kookie);
response.sendRedirect(referer);
in my struts action class.
But it does not store it in the kookies folder.


If anyone could advise me on this.

Thanks,
Gayatri
 
Gayatri Ganesh
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I have spelled Cookie as Kookie since the browser does not accept it.

So all kookie implies cookie

Thnaks,
Gayatri
 
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Please don't post the same question to multiple forums -- it just wastes people's time, especially if none of those forums are the correct one! This is a servlet API question, so I'm moving this to our servlets forum for followup -- and I've deleted all the other copies you posted.
 
Jeroen Wenting
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where cookies are stored depends on the browser, OS, browser settings, etc. etc. etc.

P.S. All your cookies are belong to us!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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