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Java example source code file (ClientCookie.java)

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clientcookie, comment_attr, commenturl_attr, cookie, discard_attr, domain_attr, expires_attr, max_age_attr, path_attr, port_attr, secure_attr, string, version_attr

The ClientCookie.java example source code

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package org.apache.http.cookie;

/**
 * ClientCookie extends the standard {@link Cookie} interface with 
 * additional client specific functionality such ability to retrieve 
 * original cookie attributes exactly as they were specified by the 
 * origin server. This is important for generating the <tt>Cookie 
 * header because some cookie specifications require that the 
 * <tt>Cookie header should include certain attributes only if 
 * they were specified in the <tt>Set-Cookie header.
 * 
 * 
 * @since 4.0
 */
public interface ClientCookie extends Cookie {

    // RFC2109 attributes
    public static final String VERSION_ATTR    = "version";
    public static final String PATH_ATTR       = "path";
    public static final String DOMAIN_ATTR     = "domain";
    public static final String MAX_AGE_ATTR    = "max-age";
    public static final String SECURE_ATTR     = "secure";
    public static final String COMMENT_ATTR    = "comment";
    public static final String EXPIRES_ATTR    = "expires";
    
    // RFC2965 attributes
    public static final String PORT_ATTR       = "port";
    public static final String COMMENTURL_ATTR = "commenturl";
    public static final String DISCARD_ATTR    = "discard";
    
    String getAttribute(String name);
    
    boolean containsAttribute(String name);
    
}

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