Class NetscapeDraftSpec

    • Constructor Detail

      • NetscapeDraftSpec

        public NetscapeDraftSpec​(java.lang.String[] datepatterns)
        Default constructor
      • NetscapeDraftSpec

        public NetscapeDraftSpec()
    • Method Detail

      • parse

        public java.util.List<Cookie> parse​(Header header,
                                            CookieOrigin origin)
                                     throws MalformedCookieException
        Parses the Set-Cookie value into an array of Cookies.

        Syntax of the Set-Cookie HTTP Response Header:

        This is the format a CGI script would use to add to the HTTP headers a new piece of data which is to be stored by the client for later retrieval.

          Set-Cookie: NAME=VALUE; expires=DATE; path=PATH; domain=DOMAIN_NAME; secure

        Please note that the Netscape draft specification does not fully conform to the HTTP header format. Comma character if present in Set-Cookie will not be treated as a header element separator

        header - the Set-Cookie received from the server
        origin - details of the cookie origin
        an array of Cookies parsed from the Set-Cookie value
        MalformedCookieException - if an exception occurs during parsing
        See Also:
        The Cookie Spec.
      • formatCookies

        public java.util.List<Header> formatCookies​(java.util.List<Cookie> cookies)
        Description copied from interface: CookieSpec
        Create "Cookie" headers for an array of Cookies.
        cookies - the Cookies format into a Cookie header
        a Header for the given Cookies.
      • getVersion

        public int getVersion()
        Description copied from interface: CookieSpec
        Returns version of the state management this cookie specification conforms to.
        version of the state management specification
      • getVersionHeader

        public Header getVersionHeader()
        Description copied from interface: CookieSpec
        Returns a request header identifying what version of the state management specification is understood. May be null if the cookie specification does not support Cookie2 header.
      • toString

        public java.lang.String toString()
        toString in class java.lang.Object