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  1. #1
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    series 40 phones(6100,6610) doesn't support http?

    I have wrote J2ME http client connecting to http server which reply content-type:chunked data. Everything works fine on series 40 concept emulator and Sun's WTK emulator.
    But it doesn't work on real phone. I tested on 6100 and 6610. However, the http server recv http request with http header from telco's wap gateway.
    So can I say 6100, 6610 doesn't support direct http connection at all?

  2. #2
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    RE: series 40 phones(6100,6610) doesn't support http?

    Hello

    The problem might be in your operator GateWay,
    There should not be any problems making http connection from MIDlet.
    Most of the problems are result of how wap gateways are passing data through.

    You can say that mobilesd oesn't support direct http connection at all, in that sense because of course there is operators infrasturucture in beatween your mobile and server.

    Ask that problem from your operator and try also using both, wap and gprs connection to see if it is working other way.

  3. #3
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    RE: series 40 phones(6100,6610) doesn't support http?

    HttpConnection implementations don't seem to work with chunked transfers unfortunately, can't even handle keepalive. At least, I haven't gotten any of those techniques working on my 7650 using HttpConnection (I did however get it working with my own http implementation on top of a socket connection)

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