jax-rs client is not creating jax-rs cookie

Hi i have two separate docker container running. one container runs an application which has the following rest-resource

public Response jaxrsSaveCookie(@QueryParam("name") String name, @QueryParam("value") String value) {
logger.info("jaxrsSaveCookie [name: " + name + ", value: " + value + "]");

NewCookie cookie = new NewCookie(name, value, "/", "", "my cookie", NewCookie.DEFAULT_MAX_AGE, false);

return Response.ok("OK").cookie(cookie).build();

and the other container runs an application which tries to call this resource via jax-rs client

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