Add a specific cookie.

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Description

addCookie Add a specific cookie.

Usage

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addCookie(remDr, name, value, path = NULL, domain = NULL, secure = FALSE,
  httpOnly = NULL, expiry = NULL, ...)

Arguments

remDr

An object of class "rDriver". A remote driver object see remoteDr.

name

character: The name of the cookie; may not be null or an empty string

value

character: The cookie value; may not be null.

path

character: The path the cookie is visible to. If left blank or set to null, will be set to "/".

domain

character: The domain the cookie is visible to. It should be null or the same as the domain of the current URL.

secure

logical: Whether this cookie requires a secure connection(https?). It should be null or equal to the security of the current URL.

httpOnly

logical: Whether the cookie is an httpOnly cookie.

expiry

The cookie's expiration date; may be null.

...

Additonal function arguments - Currently passes the retry argument.

Value

invisible(remDr): An object of class "rDriver" is invisibly returned. A remote driver object see remoteDr. This allows for chaining from this function to other functions that take such an object as an argument. See examples for further details.

See Also

Other cookies functions: deleteAllCookies, deleteCookie, getAllCookies, getNamedCookie

Examples

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## Not run: 
# assume a server is running at default location
remDr <- remoteDr()
remDr %>% go("https://www.google.com/ncr") %>%
  getTitle()
# get the cookies
remDr %>% getCookie()
# get a named cookie
remDr %>% getCookie("NID")
# add our own cookie
remDr %>% addCookie(name = "myCookie", value = "12")
# check its value
remDr %>% getCookie("myCookie")
# delete our cookie
remDr %>% deleteCookie("myCookie")
# check its deleted
remDr %>% getCookie("myCookie")

# delete all cookies
remDr %>% getCookie()
remDr %>% deleteAllCookies() %>%
  getCookie()

remDr %>% deleteSession()

## End(Not run)

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