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    How to use 2 platformRequest() ?

    Hi

    Is there any way of using two platformRequest() in a single j2me application which should be the continuation of the first platformRequest() ?

    Is it possible ???

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    Re: How to use 2 platformRequest() ?

    You should check what the platformRequest returns. That tells you if the MIDlet has to be closed before the platformRequest is completed or if it can stay running.

    Hartti

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    Re: How to use 2 platformRequest() ?

    Sorry Hartti ...

    I couldn't understand it ...

    Can u send me some example coding .... Please ...

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    Re: How to use 2 platformRequest() ?

    Hartti ..

    My problem is i can initiate a call and its doing well ...But
    Some s40 mobiles platformRequest string length is restricted to 30 chars including DTMF as u know ...
    In my project i need to send at least 45 chars including DTMF tone ... Is there any way of doing it ???

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    Re: How to use 2 platformRequest() ?

    Yes, there are a number of Series 40 phones which have a limitation of 30 character in the telephony string. There is no workaround for that limitation on those phones.

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/document/...ormRequest.htm

    Hartti

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    Re: How to use 2 platformRequest() ?

    Hi,

    If you send 2 platformRequest() sequentially, the 1st one might be obseleted by the 2nd one.

    Another scenario will be the 2nd one will initiate a call on a 2nd line, ie if 1st one is established and will be put on hold, instead on sending DTMF on 1st line as you assume.

    Lastly, the effect of 2 sequential platformRequest() has different result on different (family of) devices and vendors. You will not be able to predict the result.

    Hope that helps,

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