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  1. #1
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    Raccoon Response from Server

    Hello,

    I am running raccoon with a server developed in J2ME and every time the server responds to the gateway, the gateway always returns the following message:

    HTTP/1.1 200 OK
    Server: Apache-Coyote/1.1
    Mws-MuserStatus: DocErrorCode: Internal IO Error while processing request (5)
    Content-Type: text/html;charset=ISO-8859-1
    Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 10:05:48 GMT
    Connection: close

    <html>
    <head>
    <title>User Out Of Site</title>
    </head>
    <link rel="StyleSheet"
    type="text/css"
    href="/mws-oos/out-of-site.css?mid=lb37HHPv"/>
    <body>
    <div class="content">
    <!--
    Telling the real name of the person is perhaps too revealing to
    have it hardwired, so currently it is disabled.
    If you want to enable it:
    a) uncomment the div bellow
    b) remove the spaces between the uppercase letters - the
    resulting sequence will be swapped for the real name of the
    muser whenever the Out Of Site page is presented
    c) consider doing the same with webapps/messenger/src/.../oos-messenger.html
    d) for the default OOS page to get changed, you have to rebuild
    this mws-iapi.jar library, copy it to the Tomcat installation,
    and restart Tomcat.
    <div class="nameTable">M U S E R N A M E</div>
    -->
    <div class="message">I'll be back.
    <div class="photo">
    <img class="photo" src="/mws-oos/out-of-site.fg?mid=lb37HHPv"/>
    </div>
    </div>
    <div class="status">
    <p>Internal IO Error while processing request</p>
    </div>
    </div>
    </body>
    </html>

    Since I'm running a different server from the apache one I would like to know if raccoon expects some specific answer or why is it showing me only this message because the server is running and the raccoon says it is connected.

    Thanks,
    Goncalo

  2. #2
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    Re: Raccoon Response from Server

    Quote Originally Posted by goncalo.soares
    I am running raccoon with a server developed in J2ME and every time the server responds to the gateway, the gateway always returns the following message:
    [...]
    Since I'm running a different server from the apache one I would like to know if raccoon expects some specific answer or why is it showing me only this message because the server is running and the raccoon says it is connected.
    Just let me make sure I fully understand...

    So you have created a webserver using J2ME and you are running it alongside Raccoon. Then you go online with Raccoon but without starting Apache. However, when you try to browse to your phone, you get that gateway error message.

    There is nothing extraordinary going on between the connector (that talks to the gateway) and the web-server. From the web-server's point of view, the connector is just like any other client.

    Can you browse directly to your J2ME server?

    Johan

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    Re: Raccoon Response from Server

    Quote Originally Posted by jhnwkmn
    Just let me make sure I fully understand...

    So you have created a webserver using J2ME and you are running it alongside Raccoon. Then you go online with Raccoon but without starting Apache. However, when you try to browse to your phone, you get that gateway error message.

    There is nothing extraordinary going on between the connector (that talks to the gateway) and the web-server. From the web-server's point of view, the connector is just like any other client.

    Can you browse directly to your J2ME server?

    Johan
    I guess his J2ME server is NOT part of Nokia Proxy network. But Raccoon web server is gateway to Nokia (Authenthicated to the users). Raccoon is set to part of Proxy client of Nokia network or another word, the client Ping from outside the Nokia private network, you need go via Nokia gateway, then reach the Raccoon at some TCP/IP application port mapping.

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    Re: Raccoon Response from Server

    Hi Goncola,

    Good morning.Read about your mobile Server using J2ME. I would like to know a few details about the same.

    1. Is it a Port of Existing WebServer like Apache Tomcat for Mobile Platform?
    2. If using J2me, does it mean that JSP and Servlets are possible to be used with the Server?
    3. Does it provide support for any scripting language?

    If you don't mind, can you share with me the documentation of the Server.
    Please do reply.

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