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Subject:cCookies
Summary:issue with detecting cookie
Messages:3
Author:Darren Conyard
Date:2013-01-08 20:33:46
Update:2013-01-09 14:09:44
 

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Darren Conyard
2013-01-08 20:33:46
Hi,

This looks like it should work, but after testing this class the script cant detect the cookie.

I have checked to see if the cookie has been set within the set function, by echoing the setcookie statement and it displays 1 so thats fine.

But when I echo whether the cookie has been set within the get function it comes back as false.

Also the script states that the cookie is not set when it is run.

I was wondering if you were getting the same issue.

Best Regards

Darren Conyard

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Archzilon Eshun-Davies
2013-01-08 22:38:21 - In reply to message 1 from Darren Conyard
Hi Darren

Thanks for using cCookies, here is an example usage
<?php
require_once("cCookies.php");

Usage:
$cookie = new cCookies;
$cookie->set('name', 'value'); // this cookie would disappear
// after you close the brwoser session
$cookie_name = $cookie->get('name');
if ($cookie_name != null)
echo $cookie_name;
else
echo "Cookie not found :( you make cookie monster sad.";
$cookie->destroy('name');
unset($cookie);
?>

I have tried and am not getting anything similar, try this and if you
still have the same issue let me know.

Thanks and Best Regards.

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Darren Conyard
2013-01-09 14:09:44 - In reply to message 2 from Archzilon Eshun-Davies
Hi Arch,

I think I need to explain myself better here too. This is one is a little trickier but hopefully it makes sense. So in this class theres two files cCookies.php and example.php. This is the code from example.php:

<?php
ini_set("display_errors", 1);
require_once("cCookies.php");

$cookie = new cCookies;
$cookie->set('name', 'value'); // this cookie would disappear
// after you close the brwoser session
$cookie_name = $cookie->get('name');
if ($cookie_name != null)
echo $cookie_name;
else
echo "Cookie not found :( you make cookie monster sad.";
$cookie->destroy('name');
unset($cookie);
?>

The text printed on screen is:

Cookie not found :( you make cookie monster sad.

So I thought I would try and solve the problem by first of all seeing where the problem lies. Within cCookies.php I have added the following lines of code:

public static function set( $name, $value, $expire=0, $path='/', $domain='localhost', $secure=0, $httponly=0 )
{
echo "setcookie( $name, $value, $expire, $path, $domain, $secure, $httponly )";
$ret = setcookie( $name, $value, $expire, $path, $domain, $secure, $httponly );

if( $ret ) {
return true;
} else {
return false;
}
}

When running this code I can see that the cookie is being set correctly, from the text printed:

setcookie( name, value, 0, /, localhost, 0, 0 )Cookie not found :( you make cookie monster sad.setcookie( name, , 530492400, /, localhost, 0, 0 )

So I do not think the problem is with the set function. So now I want to test the get function and I do so with the following code:

public static function get( $name ) {
echo $name;
if(isset($_COOKIE[$name])) {
echo "richtig";
} else {
echo "falsch";
}
return( (isset($_COOKIE[$name])) ? $_COOKIE[$name] : null );
}

This code then prints the following text:

namefalschCookie not found :( you make cookie monster sad.

So from what I can tell the cookie $name is not set properly but I do not know why :(

Hopefully this helps.

Best Regards

Darren Conyard