In HTTP, the only way clients can interact with a server is through individual actions called requests. The web application cannot make any assumption about when or whether the client will send the next request or what that next request will entail. This makes HTTP a state-less protocol. A common technique to associate state on the server with HTTP clients are
. They are a pattern implemented by many web application servers in which arbitrary data that persists from request to request is associated with a client, independent of any user authorization. Zope provides flexible components to support this pattern.
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