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- Title: An Overview of the WN server
- browser type, browser "Accept" header, "Cookie header", etc. This
- Title: Installation and Setup of WN
- referrer, HTTP cookie, and virtual server nickname appended to
- server nickname, and cookies, or in the NCSA extended format
- <(pid/count) msg1: msg2> <user_agent> <referrer> <cookie> <X-forwarded-for> <nickname>
- '>', but "referrer", "cookie", "X-forwarded-for"
- From the client's cookie header.
- Title: Parsed Text and Server Side Includes on the WN server
- Cookie header, the client hostname, or the client IP
- Title: Format of index.cache file for WN
- Title: Command Line Options for the WN Server
- nickname, and cookies, or in the NCSA extended format which
- Title: Index File Directives for the WN Server
- Default-Cookie --
- Specify the default cookie or cookie generating script for
- Set-Cookie directive
- the value name=value or !my_cookie_script.
- Set-Cookie -- Set a "Cookie"
- Set-Cookie=name=xxx; Expires=Wed, 19 Jan 2000 08:49:37 GMT
- client receiving this header supports cookie caching (currently only
- HTTP_COOKIE for
- run to generate the value of the cookie. The program should
- not generate the "Set-Cookie:" part of this header, just the
- Normally the client will discard the cookie at the end of a session.
- provided the cookie will be saved between sessions and only
- Set-Cookie header is available at
- Title: Parsed Document Syntax for the WN Server
- #if cookie --
- Match client's Cookie headers
- <!-- #if cookie =~ "regexp" -->
- <!-- #if cookie file= "foo" -->
- the Cookie headers supplied by the client.
- More information about the proposed HTTP Set-Cookie
- Title: CGI and other Environment Variables for the WN Server
- Contains the contents of any "Cookie:" header supplied
- Title: Changelog for WN
- which set cookies and then redirected to fail. Headers
- cookie header which is generated by a script.
- Modified the Set-Cookie directive and added a Default-Cookie
- directive. In addition to specifying a static cookie you
- interpreted as a script to run to generate the cookie.
- If verbose logging is used the HTTP Cookie is now logged if it is present.
- Added better support for Netscapeisms: Refresh and Cookie/Set-Cookie.
- Cookie/Set-Cookie is in docs/cookie.
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Last modified: Sat June 18 2005
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