public interface CookieJar
As policy, implementations of this interface are responsible for selecting which cookies to accept and which to reject. A reasonable policy is to reject all cookies, though that may interfere with session-based authentication schemes that require cookies.
As persistence, implementations of this interface must also provide storage of cookies. Simple implementations may store cookies in memory; sophisticated ones may use the file system or database to hold accepted cookies. The cookie storage model specifies policies for updating and expiring cookies.
|Modifier and Type||Field and Description|
A cookie jar that never accepts any cookies.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Load cookies from the jar for an HTTP request to
static final CookieJar NO_COOKIES
cookiesfrom an HTTP response to this store according to this jar's policy.
Note that this method may be called a second time for a single HTTP response if the response
includes a trailer. For this obscure HTTP feature,
cookies contains only the trailer's
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