Sessions and Cookies

  • Luis Argerich
  • Wankyu Choi
  • John Coggeshall
  • Ken Egervari
  • Martin Geisler
  • Zak Greant
  • Andrew Hill
  • Chris Hubbard
  • James Moore
  • Devon O’Dell
  • Jon Parise
  • Harish Rawat
  • Tarique Sani
  • Christopher Scollo
  • Deepak Thomas
  • Chris Ullman

Abstract

Sessions and cookies provide the ability to “remember” information about users, each providing a different way of storing variables for use between multiple pages. Sessions store data in temporary files on the server’s hard drive. Cookies store small files on the client’s computer, which the browser will send back to the server upon request.

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© Apress 2003

Authors and Affiliations

  • Luis Argerich
  • Wankyu Choi
  • John Coggeshall
  • Ken Egervari
  • Martin Geisler
  • Zak Greant
  • Andrew Hill
  • Chris Hubbard
  • James Moore
  • Devon O’Dell
  • Jon Parise
  • Harish Rawat
  • Tarique Sani
  • Christopher Scollo
  • Deepak Thomas
  • Chris Ullman

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