Adds a Set-Cookie header to the response using the indicated Name. The cookie's value and optional attributes will automatically be included as indicated by each argument.
|Name||Name of the cookie. Required|
|Value||Value for the cookie. If empty, only the Name will be sent. Optional|
Date the cookie should expire. Should use RFC1123 formatting. For example:
"Sun, 06 Nov 1994 08:49:37 GMT"
If a number is passed in, the system will assume this is an an internal date or datetime and attempt to convert it to RFC1123 formatting. Optional
|MaxAge||Number of seconds that the cookie should remain alive. Optional|
|Domain||Hosts to which the cookie will be sent. For example, "examples.com", "www.examples.com", or "examples.org" Optional|
|Path||Scope of the cookie. For example, "/api/reports" or "/api/users". Optional|
|Secure||Boolean flag to indicate that the "Secure" attribute should be included. Optional|
|HttpOnly||Boolean flag to indicate that the "HttpOnly" attribute should be included. Optional|
|Extension||Any other content to include in the cookie. May or may not be name/value paired. Optional|
This service is a wrapper around the SetResponseHeaderField service. Each cookie with a unique name will have its own Set-Cookie response header.