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Adobe ColdFusion 8 Web Application Construction Kit, Volume 1: Getting Started by Charlie Arehart, Raymond Camden, Ben Forta

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Using Session Variables Without Requiring Cookies

Unless you take special steps, the browser must accept a cookie or two in order for session variables to work correctly in ColdFusion. If your application needs to work even with browsers that don’t (or won’t) accept cookies, you need to pass the value of the special SESSION.URLToken variable in each URL, just as you need to pass CLIENT.urlToken to allow client variables to work without using cookies. This will ensure that the appropriate cfid, cftoken, or jSessionID values are available for each page request, even if the browser can’t provide the value as a cookie. See “Using Client Variables Without Requiring Cookies,” earlier in this chapter, for specific instructions. As before, you can use ...

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