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    some problems about deloying a mobile web application

    Hi, i'm very newbie about mobile web application. So i have some problems about deloying a mobile web application in reallife.

    I am using vb.net (2003) to make a mobile web application. And i use Nokia web browser 4.0, nokia mobile internet toolkit 4.1, nokia wap gateway 4.0 to deloy that application on local computer and it is running well.

    But i don't know how to deloy it in reallife like :
    + Where should i put Nokia mobile internet toolkit on my phone ( client ) or on server?
    + What will i config? ( port, ip ... or something else ).

    And one more thing, when i want to move from pageA.aspx to pageB.aspx, i use RedirectToMobilePage("pageB.aspx"). But before moving to pageB.aspx, it ask me to confirm moving. How could i do to turn off that confirmation?

    Please give me some advice. Any ideas will be welcomed.

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    some problems about deloying a mobile web application

    Hi,

    What you mean when you asked that:

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    But i don't know how to deloy it in reallife like :
    + Where should i put Nokia mobile internet toolkit on my phone ( client ) or on server?
    + What will i config? ( port, ip ... or something else ).
    ************

    Are you trying to install the tookit to you device or what ?

    -tum-

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    Re: some problems about deloying a mobile web application

    Quote Originally Posted by ctlqt12
    I am using vb.net (2003) to make a mobile web application.
    And i use Nokia web browser 4.0, nokia mobile internet toolkit 4.1, nokia wap gateway 4.0 to deloy that application on local computer and it is running well.
    I assume you have a vs2003 mobile web application running on your local IIS web server.

    The fact you are using NMIT is to test/simulate a mobile device accessing your web application.

    .NET mobile applications have the ability to render differently based on device capability. (more: http://www.codeproject.com/dotnet/Mo...bAppSecret.asp)

    so to deploy your mobile application in real-life, my guess is:
    1. Deploy it to a web host that supports .NET mobile applications
    or
    2. Set up your web server using Dynamic DNS (more: http://www.no-ip.com/services/manage...namic_dns.html)



    As for your problem regarding RedirectToMobilePage, have you tested your pages with real wap-enabled mobile devices? I am sure the problem lies with the client browser configuration settings, if your source code is ok.



    Anyway, this topic is about .NET Mobile Applications, so this topic could be off-topic.

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