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    hbbtv cookies problem on Philips MT5880, ANTGalio 3.3.0.26.04

    Hi,

    I'm developing hbbtv applications which use permanent cookies (i.e. for 5 years).
    My problem is that tv hbbtv browser does not store cookies for long time.

    Does anybody experienced similar issue?

    thanks for reply
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    Hi,

    5Yrs?
    What is your Goal?
    Please explain more in Detail so we can understand an help you.

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    hi,

    so my goal is to store cookie with information for my application for long time, and this time is more than 5 years, infos are important for runnning app and does not change often

    i set cookie expire in 2030, for path "/" and my domain
    information to save in is about 200 characters

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    Hi dawid,

    understood but why is it so important to store that cookie over more then 5Yrs?
    Why not 30 Days (for instance)

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    sure, but 30days is also too long, cookies are recreated after couple of hours maybe when tv is off-on (?)

    why 5years ? why not i want permanent cookie (never expired cookie)

    thanks Thomas for your time

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