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Java example source code file (CookieSpec.java)

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The CookieSpec.java example source code

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package org.apache.http.cookie;

import java.util.List;

import org.apache.http.Header;

 * Defines the cookie management specification.
 * <p>Cookie management specification must define
 * <ul>
 *   <li> rules of parsing "Set-Cookie" header
 *   <li> rules of validation of parsed cookies
 *   <li>  formatting of "Cookie" header 
 * </ul>
 * for a given host, port and path of origin
 * @since 4.0
public interface CookieSpec {    

     * Returns version of the state management this cookie specification
     * conforms to.
     * @return version of the state management specification
    int getVersion();
      * Parse the <tt>"Set-Cookie" Header into an array of Cookies.
      * <p>This method will not perform the validation of the resultant
      * {@link Cookie}s</p> 
      * @see #validate
      * @param header the <tt>Set-Cookie received from the server
      * @param origin details of the cookie origin
      * @return an array of <tt>Cookies parsed from the header
      * @throws MalformedCookieException if an exception occurs during parsing
    List<Cookie> parse(Header header, CookieOrigin origin) throws MalformedCookieException;

      * Validate the cookie according to validation rules defined by the 
      *  cookie specification.
      * @param cookie the Cookie to validate
      * @param origin details of the cookie origin
      * @throws MalformedCookieException if the cookie is invalid
    void validate(Cookie cookie, CookieOrigin origin) throws MalformedCookieException;
     * Determines if a Cookie matches the target location.
     * @param cookie the Cookie to be matched
     * @param origin the target to test against
     * @return <tt>true if the cookie should be submitted with a request 
     *  with given attributes, <tt>false otherwise.
    boolean match(Cookie cookie, CookieOrigin origin);

     * Create <tt>"Cookie" headers for an array of Cookies.
     * @param cookies the Cookies format into a Cookie header
     * @return a Header for the given Cookies.
     * @throws IllegalArgumentException if an input parameter is illegal
    List<Header> formatCookies(List cookies);

     * Returns a request header identifying what version of the state management 
     * specification is understood. May be <code>null if the cookie 
     * specification does not support <tt>Cookie2 header.
    Header getVersionHeader();

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