Zcms:cookie

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zcms:cookie tag can store and read cookies. The stored cookies can be retrieved using the zcms:use tag.

Attribute Definition
mode The mode of cookie tag:
  • read: will read the cookies.
  • write: will write the cookie data.
expire Set the age or expiry of cookie

There are five predefined values:

  1. SESSION_END – The cookie will be expired at end of session. If no expiry is set, the default will be SESSION_END.
  2. ONE_DAY – The cookie will expire in one day.
  3. ONE_WEEK – The cookie will expire in a week.
  4. ONE_MONTH –The cookie will expire in a month.
  5. ONE_YEAR – The cookie will expire only after a year.

To set the cookie expire time custom one other than predefined use type “CUSTOM” and set the time in attribute

time Set the expiry of a cookie when the expiry type is “CUSTOM”. The time should be defined in seconds
domain Set the domain of the cookie
path Set the cookie path


Example: using the zcms:cookie tag

Below an example of using the zcms:cookie. In the example the first cookie will expire after one day and the second cookie will expire after 20 seconds.

  • In writing mode:
<zcms:cookie mode="write" expire="ONE_DAY">
   <zcms:param name="data2" value="cookie1"/>
</zcms:cookie>

<zcms:cookie mode="write" expire="CUSTOM" time="20">
   <zcms:param name="data6" value=" cookie2"/>
</zcms:cookie
  • In reading mode:
<zcms:cookie/>
   <div>data1 :<zcms:use name="cookie_data2"/></div>
   <div>data2 :<zcms:use name="cookie_data6"/></div>

The stored cookies can be retrieved by calling the name cookie_[cookie name]. In above example the cookie is retrieved by calling the name “cookie_data2”. The <zcms:cookie/> tag should be used in a page in order to read a cookie.


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