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Thread: setting cookies manually

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    Default setting cookies manually

    hi

    i'm using the HttpClient 4 framework of APACHE to login to a certain website and then send and receive data from it.
    since i have many independent requests for communication with this website i'm using multiple HttpClients and multiple threads. the thing is - i don't want to login to this website once for each HttpClient but to login only once , get the cookie from the website and make all the HttpClients use this cookie with their communication with the website.
    so what i'm asking is how do i manually set the cookie parameter in the HTTP header ? again, i'm talking about APACHE's HttpClient framework.

    thank you.


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    Default Re: setting cookies manually

    Please post links to the other forums where you've posted this.

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    for what ?
    and anyway, i didn't get any answer in any of them.

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