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On Tue, 01 Jul 2014, James Bongiovanni said:
> I have done a header dump and can see that the EZproxy cookie appears to be
> getting set in my browser when I click on proxied links. But again the
> script behaves as if the EZproxy cookie is not set...
> Assuming this has something to do with the way EZproxy handles cookies but
> I cannot find anything in the documentation to help me find a solution to
> this issue.
Absent any PHP code to examine, the first question I would have is whether
the domain and path for both cookies are such that both cookies are
accessible to the scripts which need to read them, and in this case it
sounds like the EZproxy cookie isn't being sent to the PHP script.
If the PHP script and EZproxy are running on the same subdomain, is the
cookie being set for the root path '/', and if they are running on
different subdomains, are the cookies being set for the parent domain, as
in .example.com instead of ezp.example.com (which is not sent to
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