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  1. #1
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    Midlet using a default Access Point

    Hi,

    I have a Midlet that makes periodic Http requests to a servlet.
    Every time the Midlet wants to connect to GPRS, the phone (Nokia 7650/Nokia3650) asks the user to choose form an access point list.

    How can i avoid the Access Point Pick List?

    My access point ('accesspointname') is configured for:
    'Session Mode=Permanent'

    On the application settings, I have the same access point configured, and the application configuration is using:

    Settings -> Default access point -> 'accesspointname'
    Settings -> Settings -> Access point -> 'accesspointname'
    Settings -> Settings -> Network connection -> 'Allowed'

    Do I need to use any specific HTTP connection par¨¢meter to avoid the tedious pick-list question?

    Thanks in advance,

    Fernando

  2. #2
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    Hello

    It might be something to do with the service provider, but anyway it si sure that after the connection is closed and opened far later the permission is asked.
    But for short delays are not the problem.

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    Each J2ME application has it's own configuration parameters, including
    the access point to be used and if the connection is permitied, asked or denied.

    I think the phone should not ask at all when configuration parameter is set to 'Permited'.

    Thanks for your comment,

    Fernando

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    I have the same problem...

    do yo have any solutions to avoid these pop-up in Java? Should we use C++ API instead to the prevent confirmation dialog?

    Regards,

    Alp Eren YILMAZ
    alperen.yilmaz@integral.com.tr

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    C++ API for preventing confirmation dialog

    I don´t think that using a C++ API is actually going to help,
    because Midlet networking parameters do not seem to be taken care of.

    Have you tried this with Nokia 6600 ?

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    6600 same problem..

    Hi,

    I have tried my apps in 6600 but the problem still exists, whenever the network thread tries to connect to server phone asks for confirmation.

    I have found that C++ Api for Symbian has solution to preventing pop-up for network access, under forum/Symbian/Networking & Security.

    Alp Eren YILMAZ

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    Alp Eren YILMAZ,

    How do you handle the communication between the Java App and the C++
    connection?

    Or maybe you are only using now a C++ app?

    Thanks,

    Fernando

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