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Alternative to cookies??

 
Anubhuti Bhargava
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hello all,
I was making a stand alone program, showing the directory structure,for example just like a explore window in any of the window operating system.I was storing the state of the file in the cookies for the given brower ..now i am asked to remove the cookies and show the same structure ...could any one of you can help me out.??
anu
Ok by stand alone i mean that i made just a html page with javascript incorperated in it.which shows me the directory structure.
I have to actually , work with jsp and webserver ,i think now it is a bit more clear..
Seems i have to clear query.
First my requirement : To develop a tree structure .i.e , the number of nodes or childs of the tree are fetch dynamically from the database , that is they are not constants.The +and , -minus sign ..say to expand the parent node and contract the parent node respectively .Now for this javascript cookies can be used to store the state of the tree .But in my application , i am not allowed to add cookies.

[This message has been edited by Anubhuti Bhargava (edited May 15, 2001).]
[This message has been edited by Anubhuti Bhargava (edited May 17, 2001).]
 
Anonymous
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A stand-alone program? In what, Java? Are you developing an HTML application? Can you provide a few more details?
 
Randall Twede
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I dont really understand what you mean either, but the alternative to using cookies is called url rewriting
 
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