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Ravi Chandiran
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Hi ! If any body can clarify me, how to find out whether the browser is enabled for cookies are not !

Thanx in advance

Ravi
William Brogden
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The only way I know is to try to set a cookie and see if it comes back in the next request. If you are trying to use a HttpSession, you can call the isNew() method - if the session is always new, the browser is not supporting cookies.
Bill
 
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