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December 7, 2014

Adding Cookies to Response, adds to the Request – Removing cookies from the Request

Filed under: ASP.NET MVC,HTML — Duy Nguyen @ 10:42 am
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I don’t know why but when you add cookies to the RESPONSE, it seems to add the same cookie to the REQUEST. I was able to pin point this because I notice in my request, I had a bunch of cookies that I had previously expired from the response. Typically, when you expire cookies, you set the expire date time and add it back into the response.

Also, make sure you remove a cookie from the request AFTER you expire the cookie from the response. Otherwise, the cookie will still be available in the Request later in the process cycle.

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