Remove Cookie From XMLHttpRequest Object?

Jun 23, 2010

I am making an ajax call with jquery like:

url: "path/to/webservice.asmx"
beforeSend: function(xmlHTTPRequest) {
//modify headers here
//remove cookies
success: function() {
//do stuff

What I would like to do in the beforeSend function is take the incoming xmlHTTPRequest variable that is set and modify the headers to remove the cookie object that is in there, so in the call to my web service, it does not renew forms authentication in

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