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    "http://" maps to 0x0C in WAP Push messges, but what does "rtsp://" map to?

    I am trying to send an rtsp:// link via WAP Push message to a mobile phone, but I don't know what "rtsp://" maps to in HEX.

    I got the http:// links to work, but need to know how to do rtsp:// links.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: "http://" maps to 0x0C in WAP Push messges, but what does "rtsp://" map to?

    Quote Originally Posted by tijuas
    I am trying to send an rtsp:// link via WAP Push message to a mobile phone, but I don't know what "rtsp://" maps to in HEX.

    I got the http:// links to work, but need to know how to do rtsp:// links.

    Thanks in advance.
    AFAIK, WBXML spec has defined some of common protocol with their hex value mapping to decrease the usage of byte data, however rtsp:// not, so simply print it in hex as is

    r ---> hex code 1
    t ---> hex code 2
    s ---> hex code 3
    p ---> hex code 4
    : ---> hex code 5
    / ---> hex code 6
    / ---> hex code 7

    and simply concat
    h1h2h3h4h5h6h7

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