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Cookie Name: Cookie Agreement
Cookie Description: This cookie is used to store that you had agreed to the cookie agreements of Active Tracing.
Cookie Name: AcT columns cookie
Cookie Description: This cookie is used to store the desired order of Shipment Value columns displayed within the overview screens, so that if a customer changes the AcT display settings, these will be saved for the user’s next AcT usage.
Cookie Name: AcT session ID cookie
Cookie Description: This cookie is used to store the current Internet Browser Session ID of the Active Tracing session being used by each user, whereby these Session IDs are used to track each users Active Tracing session, for example to allow users to use “Back” button in Browser, to prevent loss of previously entered details and to store intermediate the authentication token of the registered area of AcT.
BIGipServerpl_activetracing.dhl.com-80 & TSxxxxxxxx (TS01a56014 & TS01a8a6ff)
Cookie Name: Connection ID for DHL loadbalancer infrastructure
Cookie Description: It shows to DHL loadbalancer that there is already an active session and to which AcT server node your connection should be forwarded …