Posted on 2003-03-21
SomeOtherCookie=xxxxxx; ASPSESSIONIDGGQQQNEU=KOMNHPBBGLJIIJBLFGFOCAKP; ControlFlow=Forward
My cookie is there, (at the end, after the ASP session ID). So everything's fine, so far.
Next, I use:
Having moved to a different ASP page, I appear to have lost the JS cookie that was written by the first page.
cookie survives just fine. (In that scenario there is, of course, no ASP Session ID cookie present.)
2) If so, what can I do to make my JS cookie survive the Redirect?
P.S. I have to use JS cookies and ASP cookies together like this. The JS cookies get re-written when the visitor uses the Back
button, and that's important -- the JS cookie's job is to detect the use of the Back button.