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  1. Immutant
  2. IMMUTANT-267

metadata of the JSESSIONID cookie should be exposed, for setting HttpOnly, Expires etc.

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    • Type: Feature Request
    • Status: Resolved (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: 0.9.0
    • Fix Version/s: 0.10.0
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      19:34 < tcrawley> serpent213: it looks like that's currently not exposed. We would need to expose a way to do that, possibly by just using the attributes you pass to the session setup fn (like you do with ring) and manipulating the proper bits in the container

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            tcrawley Toby Crawley added a comment -
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            tcrawley Toby Crawley added a comment - We can look at the TorqueBox impl for inspiration: https://github.com/torquebox/torquebox/blob/master/gems/web/lib/torquebox/session/servlet_store.rb#L28
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            tcrawley Toby Crawley added a comment -

            We now expose set-session-timeout! and set-session-cookie-options! in immutant.web.session for controlling the session options. Note that one session is shared across all endpoints/servlets started within the application, so altering these settings will affect them all.

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            tcrawley Toby Crawley added a comment - We now expose set-session-timeout! and set-session-cookie-options! in immutant.web.session for controlling the session options. Note that one session is shared across all endpoints/servlets started within the application, so altering these settings will affect them all.
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            tcrawley Toby Crawley added a comment -

            Note that you can also interrogate the current settings with the session-timeout and session-cookie-attributes fns.

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            tcrawley Toby Crawley added a comment - Note that you can also interrogate the current settings with the session-timeout and session-cookie-attributes fns.

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              • Assignee:
                tcrawley Toby Crawley
                Reporter:
                serpent213 Steffen Beyer
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