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  1. #1
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    HTTP API and CActive

    Hi
    Iwant to use new HTTP API from symbian v9. Is it possible to use with CActive (AO) and is it possible to find an example.
    Regards
    ERIC

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    Re: HTTP API and CActive

    have you checked the HTTP example already ?

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    Re: HTTP API and CActive

    Hi,

    Find the example from the following link:
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._3_en.zip.html
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    Re: HTTP API and CActive

    There is a simpler example in Examples\AppProts\exampleclient
    About the original question: RHTTP... API-s have their own active objects, you do not have to implement an additional one.

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