How to access com.sun.webkit.network.CookieManager at JDK 10?
mnachev.nscenter.eu at gmail.com
Fri Aug 24 09:37:52 UTC 2018
Thank you. I'm already using the first option, but then I need to access
other methods and classes that are not available.
Can I use the 2nd option with declaration in the source code, or the only
possible option is to pass as parameter when starting the application?
On Fri, Aug 24, 2018 at 12:04 PM Arunprasad Rajkumar <
arunprasad.rajkumar at oracle.com> wrote:
> Hello Miro,
> CookieManager is a module private class, which is not exposed to outside.
> I could think of two options,
> 1. com.sun.webkit.network.CookieManager is a type of
> java.net.CookieHandler, that means after instantiating WebEngine, you can
> call CookieHandler.getDefault() to get the instance of CookieManager.
> new WebEngine();
> CookieHandler cookieHandler = CookieHandler.getDefault(); // This
> will be an instance of com.sun.webkit.network.CookieManager
> 2. Export the module private implementation using
> > On 24-Aug-2018, at 12:27 PM, Miroslav Nachev <
> mnachev.nscenter.eu at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have apps that work well on JDK8, but on JDK10 I do not have access to
> > some classes, for example, com.sun.webkit.network.CookieManager. This
> > is the only one, that is up to date (RFC 6265) and is part of Java. The
> > java.net.CookieManager class is obsolete: RFC 2965. The Cookie solution
> > Apache HttpComponents is very complicated, difficult to use, and is
> > not compatible with JDK and JavaFX.
> > In fact, I use JavaFX CookieManager in the following 3 scenarios:
> > - When using WebEngine (JavaFX 8).
> > - JavaFX Desktop App to store frequently used words in text and other
> > fields (TextField, etc.).
> > - To store session parameters in JavaFX Desktop Clients that uses REST
> > WS or Web Sockets to connect to the Web Server (App Server).
> > Is there any way to enable access to com.sun.webkit.network.CookieManager
> > at JDK 10?
> > Regards,
> > Miro.
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