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I have cookie String value returned by code below:

HttpResponse response = http.send(request); 
String cookieString = response.getHeader('Set-Cookie');

Now I am trying to construct a Pagereference object and set all above cookies to object by setCookies method. So I need to convert cookieString to List<Cookie> .Below is sample cookieString

BAh7CToPc2Vzc2lvbl9pZCIlYzUxZjI1Mzk1OWQ0Yzk4ZWQ2MDIyYjI4NGQ1YWM4M2Y6DmltYWdlX3VybCIPb25lcGdyLnBuZzoMdXNlcl9pZGkCyQk6C2hlYWRlcmkG--991056d6df37715189eb57700524a3561a7d3126;
 domain=domain.com; path=/; HttpOnly;_shovell_session2=;
 domain=domain.com; path=/; expires=Tue, 31-May-2016 07:21:29 GMT;;
 api_userid=2505; domain=domain.com; path=/; expires=Tue, 31-May-2016 07:21:29 GMT;;
 api_sessionid=c51f253959d4c98ed6022b284d5ac83f;
 domain=domain.com; path=/; expires=Tue, 31-May-2016 07:21:29 GMT;;
 visits=1; path=/

Cookie object has constructor of below type

Cookie(name, value, path, maxAge, isSecure)

I can think of writing String splitting logic but that would be prone to exceptions. Is there any other better way of doing this?

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  • Nope, you will have to apply String splitting logic. It works fine. – AtulRajguru9 May 27 '16 at 8:53
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You cannot cast type String to type List<Cookie>. You have to split the cookie string by ;; and then add them to the list. If you have some problem, I can post sample code.

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  • Yes I can write splitting logic. But In that case I am expecting cookie sting to be of same format all the time. I see possibilities of exceptions if some special character came in between or split logic didn't worked at some day. – Mukesh Verma May 27 '16 at 8:50
  • I don't think so. Your cookies is always separeted by ;; – DarkSkull May 27 '16 at 9:08
  • The OP already said that he can manually use the string splitting logic... – mkorman May 27 '16 at 9:48
  • please, vote my answer! – DarkSkull May 27 '16 at 13:05

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