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Limitation on using ':' character in Series 40 (Known Issue)

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== Description ==
 
According to RFC 2396 (Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI) Generic Syntax), the character ":" is considered to be one of the reserved characters within the query component, meaning that such a character cannot be used generically.
 
According to RFC 2396 (Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI) Generic Syntax), the character ":" is considered to be one of the reserved characters within the query component, meaning that such a character cannot be used generically.
  
 
In Series 40, the character ':' has been reserved to be used as a port delimiter in network requests. If a port number has not been defined after the character ':', the prompt 'java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: invalid port' will result while performing a network request.
 
In Series 40, the character ':' has been reserved to be used as a port delimiter in network requests. If a port number has not been defined after the character ':', the prompt 'java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: invalid port' will result while performing a network request.
  
==Solution ==
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== Solution ==
 
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When defining URL for network resources, avoid using the the character ':' in the URL.
 
When defining URL for network resources, avoid using the the character ':' in the URL.

Revision as of 09:53, 19 July 2012

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Created: User:Technical writer 1 (29 May 2008)
Last edited: hamishwillee (19 Jul 2012)

Description

According to RFC 2396 (Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI) Generic Syntax), the character ":" is considered to be one of the reserved characters within the query component, meaning that such a character cannot be used generically.

In Series 40, the character ':' has been reserved to be used as a port delimiter in network requests. If a port number has not been defined after the character ':', the prompt 'java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: invalid port' will result while performing a network request.

Solution

When defining URL for network resources, avoid using the the character ':' in the URL.

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