ID: 11478
Updated by: andy
Old Status: Feedback
Status: Closed
Bug Type: HTTP related
Operating System: freeBSD 4.2
PHP Version: 4.0.5
New Comment:

no feedback after 35+ days.

Previous Comments:

[2001-06-19 08:29:04] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Please add a complete but short example script into
this report which can be used to reproduce this problem.

And I assume you know that if you use the path / host
the cookies are visible on only that path and host.

Also, many browsers handle them differently. 
So please include the browser and version into this
bug report with which you get this.



[2001-06-14 02:03:12] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Let me clarify and you can tell if this is not a bug. PHP is suppossed to declare 
cookies based of the NS cookie standard. 

I have a situation where if I set a cookie as:

setcookie("test", "value");

It works

If I set it just like php says it is set (based on these standards):
int setcookie (string name [, string value [, int expire [, string path [, string 
domain [, int secure]]]]])

setcookie("test", "value", time()+15000, "/", "");

Then the cookie does not exsist. I have tested it off of Linux and it has been fine as 
the same format, same Apache server, same version of PHP. Am I way over stepping my 
boundries here or would you call that a bug?



[2001-06-13 23:00:50] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

This is not bug and this place is not the correct place
to ask support questions.


[2001-06-13 21:12:26] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

When sending a cookie and using the time to expire in it the cookie wil not show but 
PHP thinks it was delivered (from a logical statement). 
config line:   
./configure --enable-track-vars --with-mysql --with-apxs=/usr/local/apache/bin/apxs
Server setup Freebsd 4.2, mysql 3.23, Apache 1.14-i386 build_freeBSD, php 4.0.5


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