I mistakenly sent the answer to a wrong adress. Here it comes again:
On Wed, Mar 30, 2005 at 05:21:35PM +0200, Andreas Jung wrote:
> --On Mittwoch, 30. März 2005 17:06 Uhr +0200 "S.Aeschbacher"
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >during some testing I did I stumbled over this problem.
> >When a client which is accessing a page on a Zope server sends a _ZopeId
> >with other spelling (e.g. _ZOPEID). Zope does not accept the cookie and
> >(obviously) sends a new value in the answer.
> It this a real-world problem?
Probably not, it came up as a programming error on my side.
> >I'm not sure if this is a issue worth bothering as all user-agents seem
> >to leave the NAME part intact (except my self-written test-suite ;).
> >Changing the behaviour to ignore the case of the name would make it
> >somewhat more robust.
> Are there any browsers that change the name? If not, I don't care :-)
No idea, that's why I am posting it to the list. What abaut user-set
cookies (by user I mean someone developing on Zope)? Would Zope handle
them correctly if they use different spelling for the same attribute?
Sorry for the vague guess, but I just try to see the consequences of
not being entierly RFC compliant.
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