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Is the cookie saved in some kind off cash in the browser, i have a list off customer numbers in a cookie, and if i find the cookie on my harddisk, and i remove one off the entries in my cookie, i close down my browser, ups, the customer numbers is in the cookie again.....

Can anyone explain this ???

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Yes, they're also saved in memory. If you close the browser first, and then delete the file, it should be gone for good. Or flush the in-memory cache while the browser is running.
 
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Thanks for helping out !
 
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I using IE 6.0, and when i update my cookie manually, and try to read it again with a servlet, my cookie is empty, the cookie is simply deleted on my disk, the browser must in a way can see that i have changed the cookie manually, and therefore delete the cookie...

Can anyone confirm this ???

Frank


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