08-15-2008 03:55 AM
08-15-2008 01:23 PM
Please have a look at the following links.
Support - IOException - Invalid URL Parameter when using deviceside=false
Article Number: DB-00655
09-03-2008 08:01 AM
1) I am now appending "deviceside=xxx" but the problem is that people who use the connection don't seem
to strip this out before appending. So, for some sites from the browser app that uses this , I get
seconary url's that look like ( and google mobile keeps bombing), www.google.com;deviceside=true/m/search?mrestrict=
How is a caller to HttpConnection.getURL() supposed to deal with this?
2) Is there anyway to turn off all of this html stuff? Page rendering takes 10+ seconds and my cpu goes away
on every key stroke ( I'd hate to hit these pages on a BB, LOL). While I'm sure MSFT wants to help Intel upsell, it is annoying in the mean time. Thanks.
09-03-2008 10:40 AM
1. I'm not sure what you mean here. It would be up to your application to create the valid URL and append the deviceside parameter to the end of it.
2. I'm not sure what you are asking here. What HTML stuff are you referring to?
09-03-2008 11:02 AM
To answer the second question first, I'm talking about the forum html. I see this a lot as people make websites
more graphical it can take forever to render but usually you can shut off some of the stuff.
Anyway, to the main point, I am using a RenderingApplication +BrowserContent trying to make a browser. I was getting some
DNS errors and adding the ";deviceside" modifier made these appear to stop but now someone is
mangling URL's that appear to be derived from page urls. So, I guess my question is, as a user
of a RenderingApplication, where do I specifiy how I want a request routed and who should
be removing this? I have wrapped httpconnection so it isn't hard to remove every non-terminal instance of the
string ";device..." from the getURL() request but I would like to know how this is supposed to work.
09-04-2008 11:52 AM - edited 09-04-2008 11:52 AM
09-04-2008 03:50 PM
ok, I guess I can check the IETF if the ";" syntax, similar to the "#" fragment syntax, is supposed
to be supported in some way. It seems that removing non-terminal instances works just fine AFAIK so far.