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WebCookie Get / Set - when does silk write these to log file
I'm using SilkPerformer 3.5, and attempting to understand the Cookie protocol on the website I'm testing.
I realize there are Persistent and Non-persistent cookies. My confusion is in understanding the Cookie calls written to the log file.
My log file contains calls OUTSIDE the HttpRequest/Response messages, such as:
When the cookie calls are embedded in the HttpRequest/Response messages, the protocol is clear, but I can't seem to understand how SilkPerformer decides where to inject its SetPersistent/SetNonPersistent cookie calls into the log files, and which I need to worry about scripting for ?
Can anyone offer some advice ?
Re: WebCookie Get / Set - when does silk write these to log file
As you may know, Silk Performer emulates the browser and the browser has no role in deciding whether the cookie is persistent (has expiration date) or not, nor it has role where to place SetCookiePrsistent in the loge file. The log file reflects the requests you made and the responses from the server. So, it is normally placed at the begining of the script before calls(requests) are made to the server.