Re: How to write an HTTP header (to detect cookie disablement)?

2012-02-23 Thread Ian Marshall
Hi Martin, Many thanks for your explanation and tip! Regards, Ian Martin Grigorov-4 wrote Hi, Headers are not cookies. By setting a header in the response you should not expect that it will come in the next request. A request header is set by the client (the browser in this case).

Re: How to write an HTTP header (to detect cookie disablement)?

2012-02-22 Thread Ian Marshall
Hi Martin, COOKIES --- I'm fine for this. My cookie code actually works. (But if the user's browser disables cookies, then I want to use HTTP headers to be able to say The user is on his/her second page, and still no cookie, so cookies are definitely disabled (I cannot tell this on the first

Re: How to write an HTTP header (to detect cookie disablement)?

2012-02-22 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi, Headers are not cookies. By setting a header in the response you should not expect that it will come in the next request. A request header is set by the client (the browser in this case). You can use UrlConnection or Apache HttpClient to set header request which will be available thru

Re: How to write an HTTP header (to detect cookie disablement)?

2012-02-21 Thread Ian Marshall
Hello Jeff, Thanks for the tip. I have tried to detect my header in the HTTP response headers using, in my web application class: @Override protected WebResponse MyWebApplicationnewWebResponse(final WebRequest webRequest, final HttpServletResponse httpServletResponse) {

Re: How to write an HTTP header (to detect cookie disablement)?

2012-02-21 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi Ian, If you add/set a header in the HttpServletResponse (even thru Wicket's WebResponse) then it will be written to the browser. You can verify that by investigating the request in Firebug's Net panel. If you want to send a cookie you should either use #addCookie() or

How to write an HTTP header (to detect cookie disablement)?

2012-02-17 Thread Ian Marshall
I am having trouble with JSessionIDs in my URLs (my post at http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/Link-URLs-with-JSessionID-truncated-tp4381881p4381881.html refers). So my plan is to detect the case where a web browser has disabled (session) cookies and react accordingly (for example:

Re: How to write an HTTP header (to detect cookie disablement)?

2012-02-17 Thread Jeff Schneller
The header won't appear in the browser's page source but will be in the http response header. Sent from my iPhone On Feb 17, 2012, at 12:01 PM, Ian Marshall ianmarshall...@gmail.com wrote: I am having trouble with JSessionIDs in my URLs (my post at