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  1. #1
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    Http POST = 403 Forbidden

    Hi all,

    Thank you for looking here...

    I have a problem:
    - I get 403 Forbidden error while j2me midlet makes Http POST request to a PHP server (from Nokia S40)
    however, from other mobile phones (even from other Nokia phone models) and emulators it works well and makes posts very well without any restrictions.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Http POST = 403 Forbidden

    You might want to check the SIM, i.e. what operator is used etc. Basically it is your servier that gives the error in the end, there should not relly be any device connectivity issues that would cause this.

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    Re: Http POST = 403 Forbidden

    Thank you symbianyucca for the answer, we will check it soon and I will let you know then

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    Re: Http POST = 403 Forbidden

    Hi all, we have got an answer from our ISP technical support:

    "Thank you for contacting us.
    It seems that the Mobile device browser is unable to process the long link below. If the link is incomplete, it returns various error message. Browser returns error 550 while mobile devices returns error 403.

    http://manaud.co.uk/tinc?key=76p5a4M..._mycrm_feeback "

    Does this make any sense to you?"

    Not sure what we can do with that?
    Any suggestion, please.

    Thank you.
    Last edited by vozmen; 2011-12-24 at 06:19.

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    Re: Http POST = 403 Forbidden

    Actually, I do HTTP POST (multi-form) via Connector.Open to the "http://manaud.co.uk/tinc" and conn.setRequestProperty("Referer", "http://manaud.co.uk/tinc?key=7N7cbi5u&formname=mycrm_feeback");

    so I'm not sure what did the ISP mean, and I'm pretty sure the the url bellow is not too long for mobile device.

    Any suggestion, please.

    Thank you.

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