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    Lightbulb Suggestion on HTTP Application

    Greetings Forum Nokia Members,
    i want to make a application in S60 3rd edition in which handset will act as HttpClient. This handset(HttpClient) would communicate with Http Server on Pc side via Serial USB. I have never done it before , Please suggest me how to do so.
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    Gaurav Gupta

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    Re: Suggestion on HTTP Application

    Hi,

    If you do some google hopefully you will get the answer. fine the link from here
    Use [URL="http://qt.nokia.com/products/qt-quick/"]Qt-Quick[/URL] to make your application UI more attractive.

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    Re: Suggestion on HTTP Application

    Quote Originally Posted by kkrish View Post
    Hi,

    If you do some google hopefully you will get the answer. fine the link from here
    Thanks Sir now i have got some idea . I will go through it and act accordingly...
    Thanks & Regards
    Gaurav Gupta

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    Re: Suggestion on HTTP Application

    Quote Originally Posted by gaurav.gupta View Post
    Greetings Forum Nokia Members,
    i want to make a application in S60 3rd edition in which handset will act as HttpClient. This handset(HttpClient) would communicate with Http Server on Pc side via Serial USB. I have never done it before , Please suggest me how to do so.
    Well you can use the RComm to do a transfer using the usb cable, it is not really a HTTP connection/transfer though is it, its just a serial communication? Its just the nomenclatures i mean you want your device to act as the client while the pc acts as the server.

    Check this wiki link which describes it nicely :-
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...dition_devices
    Cheers,
    Mayank

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    Re: Suggestion on HTTP Application

    Quote Originally Posted by mayankkedia View Post
    Well you can use the RComm to do a transfer using the usb cable, it is not really a HTTP connection/transfer though is it, its just a serial communication? Its just the nomenclatures i mean you want your device to act as the client while the pc acts as the server.

    Check this wiki link which describes it nicely :-
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...dition_devices
    Actually the system requirement is that i need to communicate with Http Server on the PC side which is Http server
    HttpClient application on my handset needs to communicate to the HttpServer on the PC side.
    I need to send data in headers (about 27 headers) with RHTTPHeader which are used for specific purpose.
    http server will respond on getting all the headers.
    Thanks & Regards
    Gaurav Gupta

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    Re: Suggestion on HTTP Application

    Quote Originally Posted by gaurav.gupta View Post
    Actually the system requirement is that i need to communicate with Http Server on the PC side which is Http server
    HttpClient application on my handset needs to communicate to the HttpServer on the PC side.
    I need to send data in headers (about 27 headers) with RHTTPHeader which are used for specific purpose.
    http server will respond on getting all the headers.
    Ah you said USB which confused me, then the details provided by jeetendra are valid, as its just a normal HTTP connection between your client(mobile) and the server(your desktop), it has nothing to do with USB cable and USB connection per se.
    Cheers,
    Mayank

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