Yeah Edwin
I have peeped in to that code and samples early in the morning
But I am unable to grasp what is exactly goin on ; 

I have to figure it out ;-) 

But I dont want to take help of this http_access2 because I am not
developin a s/w which is as complex as a browser, all my piece of
s/w shud do is be a proxy ( intermediary*&# ) at an application layer
between the browser and the original server

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
| Browser     |    ---------->  My Program at local host(say) 
- - - - - - - - -                                     |
                                                      |
                                                     V
                                              -------------------------------
                                             |  server  to which      |  
                                             |  I have to forwar the |
                                             |  request                  |   
                                             __________________



Aneway I am currently lookin at the rfc for cookies and also peeing
into http_access i will come back  after some time
Now goin to try Marks way ....,

Bye
Daun Jaun










On Thu, 11 Nov 2004 18:58:36 +0900, Mark Hubbart <discordantus / gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 11 Nov 2004 16:57:41 +0900, Daun Jaun <compsci.isi / gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> 
> > Thanx for ur response;
> >
> > seems i am not clearly explaining u what i want;
> >
> > I am not interested in sending cookies to the browser/client; infact
> >
> > I am playing the role of a browser here and i want to talk to the server
> >
> > and  in this situation i have to send (stored) cookies (at browser say)
> >
> > to the  program@server
> >
> > This format  or way of doing this is different from the way we play a
> > server role and send cookies to the client ; its can be
> > easily done using cgi.out
> > Unfortunately the same way does not work out with
> > httpObj.post
> >
> > And coming to http_access2 its all complex i am unable to understand
> >
> > Please help me..........
> 
> indeed, I can see now that I answered the wrong question... Still, I'm
> wondering if you visited the page I referenced, since it has your
> solution on it. To quote:
> 
> ---
> When requesting a URL from an HTTP server, the browser will match the
> URL against all cookies and if any of them match, a line containing
> the name/value pairs of all matching cookies will be included in the
> HTTP request. Here is the format of that line:
> 
> Cookie: NAME1=OPAQUE_STRING1; NAME2=OPAQUE_STRING2 ...
> ---
> 
> That should get you going on it...
> 
> cheers,
> Mark
> 
>