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Registered: ‎03-29-2012
My Device: 9700
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Http post request length troubles..

Hello all,
I have a blackberry program that sends data using http post requests to a backend. Now the code works perfectly on my simulators (OS 5/6/7) and even on real devices, but on some other devices in some countries, the connection fails when using 3g with http error code 400 (Bad Request) but over WiFi it's ok.. After investigating, i realised that those telecom operators' bis-b proxies were "blocking"/"rejecting" the post request because of the size (>7kb). The problem is i can't shorten the request size, so any ideas on how to go about this? Any would be highly appreciated. Thanks