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Session cookie lost. Using Firefox v 46.0

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I am working on an application. It has servlets. After I login to application the credentails are set into session attributes, I send another request (call another servlet). The servlet is checking user by 'request.getSession(false)' the session returned is null. This is the behaviour for firefox v46. The session is not null if I am opening application in version 52 or chrome v68.Application is working fine.

Is it browser issue?

I am working on an application. It has servlets. After I login to application the credentails are set into session attributes, I send another request (call another servlet). The servlet is checking user by 'request.getSession(false)' the session returned is null. This is the behaviour for firefox v46. The session is not null if I am opening application in version 52 or chrome v68.Application is working fine. Is it browser issue?

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You shouldn't be using Firefox 46 OR 52. Please use either ESR 60 or release 62 and let us know if there's an issue there

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vdevpriya said

I am working on an application. It has servlets. After I login to application the credentails are set into session attributes, I send another request (call another servlet). The servlet is checking user by 'request.getSession(false)' the session returned is null. This is the behaviour for firefox v46. The session is not null if I am opening application in version 52 or chrome v68.Application is working fine. Is it browser issue?

Tyler Downer said

You shouldn't be using Firefox 46 OR 52. Please use either ESR 60 or release 62 and let us know if there's an issue there

It seems to be working in v52. Is it still not recommended to use?

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Firefox 52.9.0 has been the last update for Firefox 52 ESR and with the release of Firefox 60.2.0 is Firefox 52 ESR no longer supported and won't receive security updates.

Were you talking about Firefox 46 (release) or possibly Firefox 45.9.0 ESR (Firefox version compatible with OS X 10.8)?

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cor-el said

Firefox 52.9.0 has been the last update for Firefox 52 ESR and with the release of Firefox 60.2.0 is Firefox 52 ESR no longer supported and won't receive security updates. Were you talking about Firefox 46 (release) or possibly Firefox 45.9.0 ESR (Firefox version compatible with OS X 10.8)?

It was about Firefox 46.