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Hi freinds,
I have recently encountered a problem with my j2me application. I recieve back from my server a http 403 error code. When iam connecting to server through http connection, i can see that a post message has ben sent to my server. But the response status code returned is 403 forbidden. The confusing part is that all of this working correctly when iam testing it in j2me wireless toolkit's emulator by using "Run via OTA" . I have not changed any of my code at all. No exceptions are thrown by my j2me app only a forbidden error with status code is displayed on my phone.
PLS help me !!!

 
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does ur server allow WAP protocol check that first also try downloading some other application from the same server, if it works then there has to be a problem with ur application.
99 times out of 100 ur server does not allow access to WAP connections.Ask ur sys admin to check into it.
 
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