Stores HTTP cookies.

It extracts cookies from HTTP requests, and returns them in HTTP responses.
CookieJarInterface instances automatically expire contained cookies when
necessary. Subclasses are also responsible for storing and retrieving
cookies from a file, database, etc.

AbstractInterface
ImplementsCountable
IteratorAggregate
Traversable
Methods
public abstract clear( $domain = NULL, $path = NULL, $name = NULL)
 
Remove cookies currently held in the cookie jar.

Invoking this method without arguments will empty the whole cookie jar.
If given a $domain argument only cookies belonging to that domain will
be removed. If given a $domain and $path argument, cookies belonging to
the specified path within that domain are removed. If given all three
arguments, then the cookie with the specified name, path and domain is
removed.

public abstract clearSessionCookies()
 
Discard all sessions cookies.

Removes cookies that don't have an expire field or a have a discard
field set to true. To be called when the user agent shuts down according
to RFC 2965.

public abstract Countable::count()
public abstract extractCookies(Psr\Http\Message\RequestInterface $request, Psr\Http\Message\ResponseInterface $response)
 
Extract cookies from an HTTP response and store them in the CookieJar.

    public abstract IteratorAggregate::getIterator()
    public abstract setCookie(GuzzleHttp\Cookie\SetCookie $cookie)
     
    Sets a cookie in the cookie jar.

    • return bool Returns true on success or false on failure
    public abstract toArray()
     
    Converts the cookie jar to an array.

    • return array
    public abstract withCookieHeader(Psr\Http\Message\RequestInterface $request)
     
    Create a request with added cookie headers.

    If no matching cookies are found in the cookie jar, then no Cookie
    header is added to the request and the same request is returned.

    • return RequestInterface returns the modified request.
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