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Support Multiple Cookies in Header

salesforce's wsdl generated apex classes seem to not have access to more than 1 cookie in an HTTP header. Please fix this.

I am using apex classes generated by the wsdl2apex functionality in salesforce, to integrate with a web service.
This webservice passes 3 cookies over in the http headers.
Apex provides outputHttpHeaders_x as a variable in the Soap class to access header variables passed over by the web service response, however, it appears that it can't combine the 3 cookies into 1. It seems to discard 2 of the 3.

i got around the problem by doing a pure webservices call using the HTTPRequest object, but that was less than ideal.


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