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Second Time: MIDlet cann't connect to servlet on website

Bander Al-Mehmadi
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Joined: Jan 09, 2005
Posts: 4
Hello guys,

I posted my problem yesterday hopping that some one will help me!

but, sadly, no one was intrested to reply to me! As I sed I'm new here, & I hope to see some guidness!

i'm working on a simple MIDlet that connect to a servlet on test website (stream in & out simple text), but the problem that the MIDlet enters a waiting state & never finishes!!

I test it localy on tomcat Server it works fine, Also there is no problem in my Internet connection,SO? is there any kind of different setting between a MIDlet talking to a Local servlet (on tomcat)OR Remote Servlet(on website)?
Pam Ludford
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Joined: Jan 04, 2005
Posts: 4
What kind of device are you coding for?

I had a similar problem coding for a Motorola iDEN cell phone, and the problem was that the device software couldn't handle a port number in the URL. It worked fine on the Motorola SDK emulator, but didn't work when I loaded the code on the phone. I resolved it by using the default port number in the URL.
Bander Al-Mehmadi
Greenhorn

Joined: Jan 09, 2005
Posts: 4
Hi,

Thanks for your reply, I didn't yet but it on the device(P900), the Emulater cann't connect to the server, I'm using WSDD IDE with it's default Emulater.
viktor berzsinszky
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Joined: Jan 13, 2005
Posts: 1
check your gprs settings.
use a web [internet] gateway.
--> web.orange.com
not wap.orange.com

you should encode your request, so there is no space in it
--> http://test.yodel.de/test.php?foo=my super foo // wont work
--> http://test.yodel.de/test.php=foo=my%20super%20foo // should do

check the headers of your request
content-length... etc...
some server cannot handle the request without....

keep on trying!
 
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