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getting lots of cookies in the script.

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Hello masters,

I need some help from you. When I am recording the script in LR 9.5,
1) I am getting lots of web_add_cookie functions. Do I need these cookies in my script,and if I delete these functions, will my script get affected?

2) I am getting some URLs in EXTRARES, what is the significance of these URLs?

Please give your suggestions...

thanks.....
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A cookie is information that a Web site puts on your hard disk so that it can remember something about you at a later time.

If you remove and delete the browser cashe and temp files before recording you may not get this in script. But some test executions requires the cookies to be present depending upone the business request.

EXTRARES contains the navigation details of gif images or any flash media links or such as adds in the webpage.

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A cookie is information that a Web site puts on your hard disk so that it can remember something about you at a later time.

If you remove and delete the browser cashe and temp files before recording you may not get this in script. But some test executions requires the cookies to be present depending upone the business request.

EXTRARES contains the navigation details of gif images or any flash media links or such as adds in the webpage.

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Thanks praveen for your informative reply..
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