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amit bhadre
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How many types of Cookies are there in servlets?

thanks in advance....

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Thanks advance who ever answers this question.


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Scott Selikoff
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Only 1 type. String value/pairs.


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Ulf Dittmer
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What do you mean by "type of cookie"? The javadocs mention that both Netscape-style cookies and RFC2019-style cookies are supported.


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subbarao N.V
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Two types of cookies

Temporary: These cookies will be deleted from your browser you close the browser

Permanent: These cookies will be there after closing the browser.


Because for cookies, They have the name,value,age. If you set the age for the cookie, that will be there until the age==-1. Because the default age for cookie is -1.These type of cookies will be closed, when ever we close the browser.
 
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