Does Nuxeo CMIS send HTTP Cookies to accelerate authentication for subsequent calls?

According to http://chemistry.apache.org/java/how-to/how-to-connect.html, some repositories send HTTP Cookies to accelerate authentication for subsequent calls. Is this true of Nuxeo?

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Yes, if on subsequent requests you pass the JSESSIONID cookie you received in the login response, then the server-side HTTP session should be reused and reauthentication bypassed.

Edit: this is wrong, see other answer.

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Ok the other answer is wrong. The CMIS bindings don't use HTTP sessions so don't return a JSESSIONID cookie. Please see http://answers.nuxeo.com/questions/6456/cmis-workbench-with-cookies-enabled-logs-into-nuxeo-every-time for more.

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