cookies in url forwarding site

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by SuviJoseph, Nov 8, 2006.

  1. SuviJoseph

    SuviJoseph Guest

    Dear all,
    I have this page
    http://www.skashi.com/newweb/jewsearch.asp?comp=545545545440. When I remove
    ?comp=545545545440 from the url. It stores the cookie and display the page
    even after removing the parameter. But when I do the same thing with
    http://www.searchforjewelry.com/newweb/jewsearch.asp?comp=545545545440 it
    doesnt store the cookie and display invalid company. Actually
    searchforjewelry.com using the same file from skashi.com (in other words it
    is web forwarded to skashi.com). This happens only on ie 6.0. it works fine
    on firefox. I am giving simple response.cookies("cookiename")="value" to
    store cookie. What could be the reason, I am not able to store cookie for
    searchforjewelry.com in ie 6.0? Is there any solution to it?
    Please help me.
    With regards,
    Suvi Joseph
    SuviJoseph, Nov 8, 2006
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  2. SuviJoseph

    SuviJoseph Guest

    Anyone has answer for this?

    "SuviJoseph" wrote:

    > Dear all,
    > I have this page
    > http://www.skashi.com/newweb/jewsearch.asp?comp=545545545440. When I remove
    > ?comp=545545545440 from the url. It stores the cookie and display the page
    > even after removing the parameter. But when I do the same thing with
    > http://www.searchforjewelry.com/newweb/jewsearch.asp?comp=545545545440 it
    > doesnt store the cookie and display invalid company. Actually
    > searchforjewelry.com using the same file from skashi.com (in other words it
    > is web forwarded to skashi.com). This happens only on ie 6.0. it works fine
    > on firefox. I am giving simple response.cookies("cookiename")="value" to
    > store cookie. What could be the reason, I am not able to store cookie for
    > searchforjewelry.com in ie 6.0? Is there any solution to it?
    > Please help me.
    > With regards,
    > Suvi Joseph
    SuviJoseph, Nov 9, 2006
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