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Created: User:Kbwiki (20 Nov 2009)
Last edited: hamishwillee (24 Jun 2011)

Description

An HTTP Filter is an ECom plug-in which is loaded automatically during all HTTP sessions on the device. It receives all the events of the session. However, the filter doesn't receive the HTTP events that occur during Device Management client-server interactions.

How to reproduce

Install an HTTP Filter which can receive all the HTTP events that occur in a session. Whenever a DM client-server HTTP transaction takes place, you can see that the MHFRunL() function of the filter, used for receiving the events, is not invoked.

Solution

No known solution.

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