Post by Harald Brueckne » Tue, 29 Oct 1996 04:00:00


I'm using Apache v1.1.1 and would like to use cookies. The problem I
encountered is the servers name I'd like to use the cookies with.

It's name is like "". If I send the domainname with the
set-cookie command Netscape does not store this cookie. If I use e.g.
"" everything is ok.
In the docs about cookies there's a statement about the minimum number
of periods in the servers name but I think if the name matches exactly
every name should be legal.

How can I use cookies if the servers name is ""? Any hints
would be appreciated!


   Harry Brueckner


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