Thanks In memory cookies, I thaught that a cookie is created by the server in the users local machine to point to session id. And when the client sends the next request then the browser will send the sessionid along with the request to create server and session affinity. In Memory cookie?
Thanks That explains it. Now we have performance testing going on right now using Load Runner. The issue is there are 2 injector servers doing IPSPOOFING to generate around 30 IP addresses and send requiest to the server. I am not sure what will be the name of the cookie which is created in this case with load runner. The question here is is there any posibility of sessions of different users getting mixed up when we run it for around 50000 transactions within 1 hour. Thanks