Cookies not showing up in environ
cspealma at redhat.com
Fri Jul 20 15:46:56 EDT 2018
You can read cookies from the request via the request.COOKIES dictionary.
See the documentation here:
You won't find them in an environment variable, which is shared
process-wide and across all requests, because they are bound to each
request. This is not a CGI script, so those HTTP_* environment variables
you seem to expect won't be here.
On Fri, Jul 20, 2018 at 3:39 PM, abc abc <useracct222 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying the simplest of examples below to set and read a cookie. I am
> using the Django framework, but I have also tried with vanilla python
> cookies and os.environ. I have posted elsewhere, but this hasn't gotten
> much attention, so I'd really appreciate any help.
> Thinking at this point it may be something to with the server, not python.
> I have tried uwsgi/nginx, gunicorn/nginx, django development server with no
> def index(environ, start_response, request):
> if not 'HTTP_COOKIE' in environ:
> response = HttpResponse("hello")
> response.set_cookie('user_agreement', 'cookie text', domain='.
> return response
> print environ['HTTP_COOKIE']
> The webpage just prints 'hello' and never reaches the else not matter how
> many times I refresh the page. There are no cookies in the browser ever
> Am I missing some middleware? I remember some answers to cookie problems
> related to the order of their middleware configurations. Here's mine:
> MIDDLEWARE = [
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