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  1. #1
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    Mar 2003

    http on 7650

    Hi all,

    I have written an application which makes a basic http-get connection. It works on 6610 well but when I download it on the 7650, it asks for the connection type but it does not do any connection attempt. After a while I exit from the application and that time 7650 tries to make a GPRS connection. (a GPRS symbol (G) appears on the left-up side). but it is too late because there is no application opened on the device. Is something wrong with my 7650?

    Should I do something else like using treads on the http connection requests on 7650s?
    In http connections which connection type (which APN) should the application use? (wap over GPRS, circuit switch Wap or GPRS for Internet that we use to connect our PC to internet)


  2. #2
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    Mar 2003

    RE: http on 7650

    I[m having a similar problem on 7650. I've done a HTTP application that was working fine on 7650, but after some tests, the application is not able to open the Connection anymore. I've downloaded the same MIDlet to another 7650 and then it worked.

    Is it possible to have some bug on my 7650 firmware that screwed my mobile phone ?

  3. #3
    Nokia Developer Expert
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    Mar 2003

    RE: http on 7650


    I hope you upgrade your SW the current version is 3.12 or 3.16.

    There is some problems in 7650 with SW 3.12 and 3.16
    HTTP-version problem is due to for the localisation,
    standard routines is used to convert HTTP version to a string
    when sending to the web server..
    This works fine in any "Western" style encoding where the
    decimal point "." is used, but for example in Finnish you use
    the comma "," char instead of the decimal point and hence the
    string being produced was "HTTP/1,1" instead of "HTTP/1.1"
    So use "English" languge

    In SW version 3.12 there is also en error, which converts
    http POST to http GET.

    So these are SW errors in 7650(SW 3.12 and 3.16), and new uppgrade SW 4.39 should have fixed these problems
    so I hope you can update you 7650.

    It is good way to use thread in your http connection because if something goes wrong then it will not block totally your midlet,
    and use finally{ } block at the end of try {] catch() to close connection and set the streams to null, if you use it to avoid any possible problems what comes when connection is not closed.

    I hope this helps you out

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