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zeno,

Okay, let me get this straight:

  • using browser, when you go to http://www.infojobs.net/empresa_login.cfm, you're browser shows cookies being sent back
  • using LWP, when you go to http://www.infojobs.net/empresa_login.cfm, no cookies are being sent back

If that's correct, I believe you must all ready have cookies for infojobs.net in your browser's cookie jar and it's doing something different based because when you come to the page you're sending those cookies. When I go to http://www.infojobs.net/empresa_login.cfm with my browser (konqueror), I am not presented with any cookies at all. If you can, copy your browsers cookie to your lwpcookies.txt (being careful of format and what not).

-derby


In reply to Re: Re: Re: LWP::UserAgent doesn't see cookies in header by derby
in thread LWP::UserAgent doesn't see cookies in header by zeno

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