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    Question http request to for getting the account balance

    Hello friends,

    I am trying to send HTTP request with my username and password to the server to get back my account balance in response.
    How can I do this? Can I make it without invoking the browser? If not give me some idea to do it internally so that the user will make a click in a menu option and the balance will be displayed in a note dialog. Somebody please help. I am quite unaware of this http request response part.

    Thanking you
    Thanks..

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    Re: http request to for getting the account balance

    you could start by downloading the HTTP example, and modifying it to support your needs.

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    Re: http request to for getting the account balance

    please give me a link for it.
    Thanks..

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    Re: http request to for getting the account balance

    Quote Originally Posted by enigma_007 View Post
    please give me a link for it.
    use below link

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...I_Example.html

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