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    MHttpFilter On HTTP Requests generated by the Browser

    Dear all,

    As far I understood, a MHTTPFilter is linked to a specific RHttpSession.
    And I would like to know if it feasible to have a filter addressing the HTTP
    request made by the WAP browser or if there is a way to have a pointer on the WAP browser session on which I could apply my filter.

    Hope I'm clear enough,

    Thanks

    nprunel

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    Re: MHttpFilter On HTTP Requests generated by the Browser

    Hello!

    I am also interested in applying my own filter on the S60 WAP browser session, to add an http header that signals the server if the client device is provisioned with a custom plugin.

    Please, post here your results.

    Thank You very much!
    Last edited by AlfredoRU; 2006-05-03 at 10:11.

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    Re: MHttpFilter On HTTP Requests generated by the Browser

    Hello dakoz!

    Sorry, I read all the thread that you mention, but I still don't know how to proceed to solve my problem.

    The objective is:

    Be able to detect (as easy as possible) from a Java Servlet if a S60 device supports a custom content-type when the Nokia S60 Browser makes an HTTP request to this Java Servlet (From S60 V2 FP2 onwards, S60 Browser doesn't send custom content-types)

    I was thinking that adding an HTTP header to Nokia S60 Browser might be an easy solution to acomplish this task.

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    Re: MHttpFilter On HTTP Requests generated by the Browser

    Quote Originally Posted by AlfredoRU
    Hello dakoz!

    Sorry, I read all the thread that you mention, but I still don't know how to proceed to solve my problem.

    The objective is:

    Be able to detect (as easy as possible) from a Java Servlet if a S60 device supports a custom content-type when the Nokia S60 Browser makes an HTTP request to this Java Servlet (From S60 V2 FP2 onwards, S60 Browser doesn't send custom content-types)

    I was thinking that adding an HTTP header to Nokia S60 Browser might be an easy solution to acomplish this task.
    i've never did anytrhing like that ..
    but can you tell me what ius the project all about ..?? and whats the custum content type u wanna use ..?

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    Re: MHttpFilter On HTTP Requests generated by the Browser

    I'm facing the same problem, and i couldn't find any relation between what i want and the link you sent.

    could anybody help plz

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