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  1. Re: Socket Sendto is taking too much time when Wifi is down

    Argh!

    Porting is not an excuse for sloppy coding! You should not use blocking APIs. Period. Ironically you yourself point out that you're thread blocks on SendTo...

    I'm surprised that you are...
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    Re: How to Block/delete outgoing SMS?

    I hope you are kidding. Have you considered the power requirement for switching the profiles, not to mention possible violation of emergency calling requirements. And what happens if the coder gets...
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    Re: Buffer problem!!!!!!!

    aamitgupta,

    Please read abiout descriptors first. http://descriptors.blogspot.com/ is an excellent resource to begin with.

    In your case, you are allocating a HBuf and then using a TPtr (ever...
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    Re: User 42 panic

    Are you calling RHTTPTransaction::Close() after you've closed the HTTP transaction? Because that would close the transaction too and closing the transaction twice can be fatal. Also makes sure that...
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    Re: problem related to the application name

    Ahh... you are getting KERN-EXEC 3 possibly because you have run out of stack space!

    See http://www.newlc.com/forum/your-experiences-kern-exec-3

    Try doing something like this:

    RBuf fileName;...
  6. Re: How can handle more than one ashychronous function in single thread process

    Checkout the CActive and Friends on SDN.
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    Re: memory allocation problem

    Double check FAQ-1253 to see if you've used EPOCHEAPSIZE properly.
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    Re: Can app get default IAP of device's browser?

    daveice,

    There two scenarios to consider for using the IAP being used by the browser.

    First of all, the browser UI lets the user to specify an IAP OR prompt for an IAP every time the users...
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    Re: Can app get default IAP of device's browser?

    Amit,

    Where did you get the code from? Its largely redundat and in some places even wrong.

    First of all, getting the first IAP in the connection preferences table isn't going to help at all....
  10. Re: how to use HTTPS connection in a simple http request

    The answer is nothing!

    The HTTP framework automatically handles https:// URIs :-)
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    Re: HTTP request vs TCP/IP links

    HTTP is an application layer protocol built on top of TCP, which is a reliable data transport mechanism.

    Whether you use HTTP over TCP and vice versa depends on your requirements.
    One thing to...
  12. Re: TSubConnectionInfoGprsUmts & TConnectionInfoV2

    You'll find it in es_enum.h.

    As a side note, did it not occur to you to search *.h files epoc32/include folder for TConnectionInfoV2? How difficult is that?
  13. Re: Using EchoSocketEngine Example is not as Easy

    You can use sockets, without using active objects, but that's not recommended at all for real world applications, the only exception could be for test code...

    Anyway, here's how you'd use it...
  14. Re: TSubConnectionInfoGprsUmts & TConnectionInfoV2

    To enumerate connections, you'll need to use the RConnection API.

    Here's a simple example.
    Note: error checking is disabled and async methods called synchronously!

    RSocketServ ss;...
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    Re: a problem about inter-app communication

    How difficult is it to use search? Or even Google?

    http://www.newlc.com/topic-7533
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=124702...
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    Re: S60 uploading file problem...

    can you please clarify what you mean by other connection operations?
  17. Re: showing access only wap access list without using sockets

    What you need to to is get the IAP type and list only the ones that match it. Have a look at CApUtils et. al. Once you've got a list of matching wap access points, display it and when the user...
  18. Thread: IAP problem

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    Re: IAP problem

    You can't have the same IP all the time, unless you are connected to a network that staically allocates IP address for your device... highly unlikely, specially when you have mentioned you are using...
  19. Re: Loss packets when receiving multi-packets data

    Witchsnk,

    You've mentioned that you can't change the server side code... hence you are stuck with UDP.

    There's plenty of reasons why the packets maybe dropped. One factor often missed is the...
  20. Re: What three issues cause the most wasted time in Development

    Check this forum posting:

    http://forum.newlc.com/index.php/topic,17378.0/topicseen.html

    Shocking to see that someone "after over a year of using Symbian" can't grasp the idea and principles of...
  21. Re: What three issues cause the most wasted time in Development

    Plenty! Some of which stems from Symbian, some some from S60.


    Documentation: I've spent a lot of times in various forums (sorry, a bit biased towards NewLC) just answering plain and simple...
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    Re: Carbide C++ & a Call Stack View ?

    mohsin,

    Read my post carefully, I did say that the debug view has the call stack for the running thread.



    Of course it does! Take a look at:...
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    Re: Sockets, Symbian 9

    To access RConnection and RSocket APIs, you'll need the NetworkControl and NetworkServices capability. Have you specified those in your MMP file in the CAPABILITY section?
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    Re: E61 & E62 HTTP AGAIN! Please read!

    -5120 is KErrDndNameNotFound, which basically means the host lookup failed. Might I suggest that you simply write a test app and see whether you can connect to the host normally?
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    Re: Carbide C++ & a Call Stack View ?

    Actually that's where you'll find the callstack, its called the Debug window. Yes its confusing, because it shows all the threads in the system too and one of them is the one currently executing...
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