fixed the issue. Will look into that further I have a Windows Forms application and I'm using the Settings.settings class to store user's configuration (email preferences, theme, etc) I didn't realize that after the user closes the app, the settings are gone!! , You do have to save them after you set them. Have you tried:
fixed the issue. Will look into that further One possible reason: your page is HTTP, but you are setting cookies to be HTTPS-only. So browser simply does not send them back with HTTP request to your site. Use Fiddler (or other HTTP debugger) to see if cookie is correctly send in the response (and next request).
jsessionid saved in cookies in wicket can they be used to login again be making them persistent cookies , if so how to d
this one helps. The idea behind 'JSESSIONID' cookie is to track a live user session. Once this session is expired at the server side, i.e. inside Tomcat, the cookie becomes useless. The browser will send it to the web server and there it will be ignored. What you ask for is "RememberMe" cookie. This cookie usually brings encrypted information about the user. If the user session is expired then the application will forward you to the login page. During this process the application may check for such RememberMe cookie and use it to auto-login this user without asking for her credentials.
With 1.4 version of AngularJS, is it possible to create persistent cookies with $cookies?