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    Re: Listening HTTP AJAX request

    There are multimple factors invilved here, so please narrow down the problem.

    * It looks like your client (browser) is also running on the same device

    * What type of browser are you using?...
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    Re: API permission on emulator

    Ok. I found the issue.

    There are two places where the security domain can be set.
    1) On the Project Properties -> Run tab
    2) One the property page of the emulator itself (via "Manage...
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    Re: Bluetooth Multiple SPP Client Connection.

    Take a look at this thread

    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=120507
  4. Re: data exchange between j2me/symbian applications

    Never tried this, but can't you use Datagram with "localhost" using two different port numbers?

    ~b
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    API permission on emulator

    Hello Experts,
    This might sound simple - but I am stuck!

    I am using Nokia S60 platform emulator to test a piece of code which tries to create a file using FileConnection APIs. When the...
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    Re: PushRegistry Platform dependencies

    Thanks for the input guys.

    My midlet is signed. Without signing it wouldn't get installed.

    I tested alarm based pushregistry and it works. My midlet can make outbound BT connections too.
    ...
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    PushRegistry Platform dependencies

    Hello all.

    While working on a RFCOMM based PushRegistry, I realized the sad truth that not all platforms support it. I have a Nokia 6682. I guess S60 2ed. From other postings I read, I assume this...
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    Re: Strange behavior of RFCOMM connections

    Okay.. after some trials and errors I think I have some grip on what is going on.

    It looks like there is a "delay" between the close() call and the actual close of the internal bluetooth stack -...
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    Strange behavior of RFCOMM connections

    Hello All,
    I have a midlet which attempts multiple connections to a server PC over RFCOMM (btspp). But ONLY ONE connection will be alieve at a time - like a HTTP transaction. Everytime it wants...
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    Re: Client connection timeout?

    I have the same question, but for Bluetooth connections.

    For socket connecions I came across this page. I don't know how helpful this is for you: ...
  11. Re: How to install a self-signed J2ME application in a mobile device?

    shreyasbellary,
    You cannot just copy a certificate to the handset and install it. System will not recognize the certificate unless it comes thru proper channel. Ideally, no handset should allow...
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    Change Form Icon: Is it possible ?

    Hello Experts,
    I would like to know whether it is possible to change the icon that appears on (top-left) of a Form in the run time.

    The other option I have is to "add" it as a top-right...
  13. Re: custom root certificate for signed midlet-suites?

    It looks like this frustrating reality has rather became a popular a demand than a just FAQ. Personally, I think its the handset software manufacturers should pay serious attaention to this.

    I...
  14. Re: Multiple bluetooth (L2CAP or RFComm) between two devices

    I do agree that handset manufactures do not strictly follow the standard and has the "my way or highway" attitude towards s/w developers :)

    About th BT connectivity, I have seen people talking...
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    Re: BlueTooth Application on Linux platform

    Yes, bluez is the official BT stack for linux.

    Go to http://www.bluez.org and you have download options.

    Like many other linux packages, bluez libraries come as tar/zip format. It has "make...
  16. Re: Multiple bluetooth (L2CAP or RFComm) between two devices

    I am not a BT expert and I haven't tried this either, so sorry if I'm wrong. As far as I understood, "simultenious" discovery may not be possible because both devices are in "discovery" mode. But...
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    Re: Client authentication

    Your midlet is authenticating aginst what ?
    Plese provide more information or usecase.
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    Re: Error Signing Midlet

    Just a quick thought: Can happen if your application is "corrupted". Not really corrupted, -meaning- if the jar file's hash value specified in the JAD file does not match with the one the application...
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    Re: JVm thread support

    Cingular 8125
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    JVm thread support

    Dear all,
    JVM on some handsets does not support thread creation. How can I write a portable midlet to run on thread supporting jvms and non thread supporting jvms ? Can I check the thread...
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    Re: Self-sign certificate and s40

    > I don't want to sign my MIDlet. I'm trying to use https connection
    Take a look at step 4 of the blog I posted earlier. That is the only "hopeful" way of installing a self-signed cert on a...
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    Re: Self-sign certificate and s40

    Installing self-signed certificates is not typically supported. I am not sure about S40 platform but AFAIK, S60 2nd Edition has a loophole/bug which allows you to do that.

    Checkout...
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    Re: JME + Bluetooth = SO SLOW ???

    I am not sure about the bandwidth availability in your case. One thing I noticed is that the client waits for the ACK before sending the next block. So you're not basically making use of the whole...
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    Re: Nokia N95 - annoying 'read user data' prompts

    benuk,
    We all shre the same frustration. Security has always been a pain for beginners, not just for J2ME but net security in general. But trust me it is a bless, one you're into the real...
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    Re: Image Upload

    hmm.. I don't think so. AFAIK, base64 conversion is not a must. HTTP can transport data in verious formats. I am not sure 100% sure about the mobile gateway limitation - if any. But it would be a...
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