How to use cookies in Zend?

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Usually, the Zend\Http\Client object you attached your CookieJar object to will automatically add cookies set by HTTP responses to your jar. if you wish to manually add cookies to your jar, this can be done by using two methods:,Zend\Http\CookieJar->addCookie($cookie[, $ref_uri]): Add a single cookie to the jar. $cookie can be either a Zend\Http\Cookie object or a string, which will be converted automatically into a Cookie object. If a string is provided, you should also provide $ref_uri - which is a reference URI either as a string or Zend\Uri\Http object, to use as the cookie’s default domain and path.,Zend\Http\CookieJar->getMatchingCookies($uri[, $matchSessionCookies[, $ret_as[, $now]]]): Get all cookies from the jar that match a specified scenario, that is a URI and expiration time.,Zend\Http\CookieJar->addCookiesFromResponse($response, $ref_uri): Add all cookies set in a single HTTP response to the jar. $response is expected to be a Zend\Http\Response object with Set-Cookie headers. $ref_uri is the request URI, either as a string or a Zend\Uri\Http object, according to which the cookies’ default domain and path will be set.

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Zend_Http_Cookie is not for setting cookies. It is a class used by Zend_Http_Client for sending and receiving data from sites that require cookies. To set cookies just use the standard PHP setcookie() function:,I am new to zend framework. I have write this code to set cookie in my website., By clicking “Accept all cookies”, you agree Stack Exchange can store cookies on your device and disclose information in accordance with our Cookie Policy. , 2 +1. However be careful with setRawHeader($cookie) because some http clients (for example, ASIHTTP in Objective-C) will rewrite all cookies set up before headers will send. Use $this->getResponse()->setHeader($cookie->getFieldName(), $cookie->getFieldValue()); instead. – Stafox Apr 2 '15 at 12:52

Zend_Http_Cookie is not for setting cookies. It is a class used by Zend_Http_Client for sending and receiving data from sites that require cookies. To set cookies just use the standard PHP setcookie() function:

setcookie('user_email_id', $data['user_email_id'], time() + 3600, '/');
setcookie('user_password', $data['user_password'], time() + 3600, '/');
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Cookies is an extension of Zend\Http\Headers, and inherits its methods. It can be instantiated without any arguments.,Besides the methods demonstrated in the examples, Zend\Http\Cookies defines the following:, Cookie Persistence ,Alternately, you can create your initial Cookies instance using the static fromResponse() method:

Cookies is an extension of Zend\Http\Headers, and inherits its methods. It can be instantiated without any arguments.

use Zend\ Http\ Cookies;

$cookies = new Cookies();
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The zend-http provides the Zend\Http\Cookies class to manage cookies. It is used along with the Zend\Http\Client class, which is used to send a request to a web server. Cookies can be initialized as shown in the code below −,When the HTTP client (Zend\Http\Client) first sends a URI request to the web server, it does not have any cookie. Once the request is received by the web server, it includes the cookie in its response object as the HTTP Header, Set-Cookie and sends it to the HTTP client. The HTTP client will extract the cookie from the http response and resent it as same HTTP Header in the subsequent request. Generally, each cookie will be mapped to a domain and a path of the domain.,A Cookie is used to maintain the state of the web application. Zend framework provides a cookie module inside the zend-http component. This zend-http provides the HTTP abstraction and its implementation.,reset() − It is used to clear all the cookies in the given URI.

The HTTP component can be easily installed using the Composer as specified in the code below.

composer require zendframework / zend - http
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