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Cookie Secure at the Application Level through configuration files in Websphere

 
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Hi,
I want to enable the cookie Secure feature for my Web Application when i Deploy in Websphere.

If i Navigate to Session Management in the Websphere console and use the Secure cookies it is able to transmit my cookies securely.

I would like to know if there is any other alternative way to configure cookies to be secure at the application level rather than at the Application Server level using Configuration Files.

Example in Weblogic I can use the <cookie-secure>true</cookie-secure> tag in the weblogic.xml to achieve the same feature at the application level rather than at the Application Server level.

Please help. Thanks



 
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