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A question in cookie

Vasantha Prabha
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Joined: Oct 02, 2003
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When I used cookie to store my session info in my servlet page.When a client access my servlet page.How the client browser store the cookie in the client side.

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If u just want to pass some servlet info from servlet to any jsp there is no need of using cookies.
Http Session is a serialized Object. And it can be used to store any kind of info and can easily be accessed from jsp.
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