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Oracle AS wireless can identify the browser type by itself??

Shrikant Kulkarni
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Hi All,

I have two applications deployed in the Oracle 10g portal. One application is suitable for web browser (HTTP protocol) and another one is for PDA browser (WAP protocol). The request coming from both the browsers are directed through Oracle AS wireless 10g.
If a request comes from web browser, then the request should be automatically directed to the appropriate application and the same thing should happen for the request coming from the PDA browser also. So is it possible for the Oracle AS wireless to automatically redirect the request to the appropriate application?

For example, when we type http://www.hotmail.com in a web browser and when the same request is given in a PDA browser, the page which comes up is totally different in both the cases, but the same URL can be used. When you type the same URL in PDA browser, the request is automatically redirected to http://mobile.hotmail.com . Like this I want only one URL to be used to access both the deployed applications. The application server should direct the request according to the client browser type.

So how can I achieve this by using Oracle AS wireless and Portal combination?


Please help me.
Thanks well in advance.

Shrikant K S
 
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