Thank you for your answer. At the end, we modified that cookie name as you
>> Is there a way to set the session cookie (jsessionid) in a different path
>> than the root (/)? I would like Resin sending the browser something like:
>> Set-Cookie: JSESSIONID=a8_9DJBlfsEf; path=/test
>> but Resin always setÑ
>> Set-Cookie: JSESSIONID=a8_9DJBlfsEf; path=/
>> We are working in a application served by different AppServer throught a
>> proxy. All the requests are in the same domain but our proxy redirect the
>> request to the correct AppServer discriminating by context-path. So we
>> the session cookie to be set also per context-path not in root, because
>> not the AppServer will overwrite the other AppServer cookies.
> If the concern is that you have app servers other than Resin, you can
> tell Resin to use a cookie name other than JSESSIONID
> If you have multiple instances of Resin, they will not have a problem
> using the cookie value that was established by other servers, as long as
> reuse-session-id is true (which is the default).
> reuse-session-id is documented here:
> -- Sam
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