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02-17-2009 05:01 PM
When is it appropriate to set Content Location versus Content Type?
I read that Content Location can be set to file://some/path but does that mean Content Type must be set?
What is the benefit of setting Content Type? When do I use it?
02-17-2009 09:55 PM
02-18-2009 12:24 AM
I may be confused here. I'm referring to the Blackberry Content Developer's guide Chapter 6.
I'm doing a RIM Push and don't know if ContentLocation and Content Type are mutually exclusive. Here is what I found:
Content-Location seems to be used to redirect an end user to a website.
Content-Type is used in CachePush, or to embed direct HTML into a push message
If Content-Type is used at all, it would seem that Content-Location would be or should be ignored.
Does this make sense?
02-20-2009 09:46 AM