I need to get a cookie as a result of authentication.
The Web-server returns a few pieces of cookies. The example below shows the result of the Wfetch.exe-utility: alt text

When I run (CALL client_authentication...) the authentication procedure in ASA12 (ASA16):
CREATE PROCEDURE client_authentication(
urlSpec LONG VARCHAR,
certif LONG VARCHAR)
URL '!urlSpec'
TYPE 'HTTP:POST:text/plain'
CERTIFICATE '!certif'
SET 'REDIR (COUNT = 0)';

then I get only one cookie:
alt text

Is it possible to get all the 'Set-Cookie'-attribute values ​​in the ASA12?

asked 12 Aug '13, 12:26

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I have confirmed this behaviour. It looks like only the last fragment is included in the result set. This may be an oversight (i.e., bug).

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answered 14 Aug '13, 11:46

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Thanks.
It would be nice, if the 'Set-Cookie'-attribute would have the following format for the next build of ASA12/16:

Set-Cookie: <name>=<value>[; <name>=<value>]...
[; expires=<date>][; domain=<domain_name>]
[; path=<some_path>][; secure][; httponly]
(15 Aug '13, 04:22) Ilia63

That's up to the web server you connect to (and http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6265#section-4.1.2).

What we need to do is make sure that you see all of the Set-Cookie headers.

(15 Aug '13, 09:34) JBSchueler
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Already there "EBF 21834: 12.0.1 SP65 Build 3967", but:
Location = ... jsessionid=FEBF61E1302AAFBEB9392B05CFE19B7E.jvm35
Set-Cookie = TS95cb66=108aec2a8a669bbd0d07348607cc68adfb88548baba2456b524bedb460ac0ec5a2f79a5f8564792ff7ee38e2; Path=/

(02 Oct '13, 06:06) Ilia63
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