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List of cookies used by ApiRTC

Persistence type
Key name
Consent category
Component / Feature (Cookie will not be dropped if the implementation does not use this feature)
Data Type
Trigger (e.g. logging in to the platform)
Consequences if we didn’t have this
Expiry
Cookie
apizee_session
Essential
Avinar conferencing
Encrypted UUID
Navigate on our website (include logging page)
3d
Cookie
XSRF-TOKEN
Essential
Avinar conferencing
Encrypted UUID
Navigate on our website (include logging page)
3d
Session Storage
apiCCId
Essential
Avinar conferencing
user apiCCId
generated by apiRTC on page refresh
user will loose his Id if not setted by application
5s
Session Storage
apiKey
Essential
Avinar conferencing
apikey of the enterprise
generated by apiRTC on page refresh
user will loose his Id if not setted by application
5s
Session Storage
sessionId
Essential
Avinar conferencing
sessionId of the user
generated by apiRTC on page refresh
user will loose his sessionId
5s
Local Storage
getUserMediaAccessAllowed
Essential
Avinar conferencing
true or false
added by apiRTC on userMedia accept
used to know whether user media access is allowed, it may have impact on userMediaerror management
Local Storage
loglevel:CloudAPI
Essential
Avinar conferencing
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