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cfcookie created from 1 domain be read from another domain

Posted on 2006-05-18
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2013-12-24
Is there anyway to get around this limitation?

I have a cookie create at site A (server 1). I have a iframe in site A that point to site B...I want the cookie set in site A to be pass to site B..to prefill a form

please help
Question by:antoniorusso

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bwasyliuk earned 1000 total points
ID: 16713436
I dont think this can be done.

Do you have control over the page from Site B that you are including in your iframe?  If so, you can pass url variables through the iframe src attribute and use those on the page in Site B that you want.

Otherwise, if it is not in your control...I'm not sure it can be done.

Perhaps you can describe the problem a little more.
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ID: 16714108

Can't be done. Pass URL variables or communicate between the two frames using javascript.


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