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  1. #1
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    Download failed

    Hello !

    Thank you very much for your answer !
    Now it runs, but i've detected 2 problems :

    1 - my 6600 can't read correct MIME TYPE on IIS, so it do not understand the response type and make an error.
    I've move my Test page to an Apache server

    2 - 6600 and 3650 don't have the same Download Descriptor MIME Type :
    3650 => text/vnd.oma.dd
    6600 => application/vnd.oma.dd+xml
    So I've made 2 directory with different mime type (defined into an htaccess file).


    Then I've got a new problem,
    With direct link, The OMA.DRM.Message is correctly saved with forward lock, both on 3650 and 6600.
    With OMA Download, the Download Descriptor appears correctly, but when I accept the download, a "Connection expire" message appears to download a 19kb drm message or a "Download Failed" on a 2kb drm message download.

    I've checked my url, everything seems to be ok....

    (on both 6600 and 3650, my real message is "Expiration Connexion" in french).

    I've tried it on 3 different Download Descriptor...

    You will find my tests on : (Server Unavailable)

    A new time, Thank you very much for helping !

    Alexis
    Last edited by agouraud; 2006-12-18 at 23:20.

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    Fixed

    Finally I've fixed the problem...

    Under Apache I need to specify absolute URL and not relative.
    ...thanks a lot !!!!!!



    But I'm asking why Download Descriptor is configured as text/vnd.oma.dd for 3650 and as application/vnd.oma.dd+xml for 6600 ...

    And does the Nokia 6600 can't read MIME type in all IIS...or especially mine ?

    Alexis

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    I encounter the same problem.
    With OMA Download, the Download Descriptor appears correctly,
    "Connection expire" message appears when I accept the download.
    How did you solve the problem last time?

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