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Hi, I've got a problem with a couple of WAP sites we publish on the Ericsson R380 accepting user inputs.

We have two servers that publish WML and ASP's, one for development and one for live pages. It was discovered that an application we had written and published was not posting user inputs from one page to another when accessed using the R380, despite working fine with other wap phones and on an R380 emulator. The exact same code, though, works perfectly on the Development server, which is identical to the live server, other than a slightly older version of MS Internet Information Server.

Has anyone else experienced this, or possibly have a fix for this?

Thanks,

baptiej
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by:Silvers5
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It might be the wap gateway.. some ericsson gateways had bugs and couldn't support the post method.. you better use get method..  try to change several gateways (if possible) to see.. or use get
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not long time ago.. a post was in this faq about this:

http://www.wap.com/share/osas/cache/artid550784.html
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I couldn't find the article - could you be more specific?
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baptiej,

Please advise whether you wish to keep this question open or not. If not, I can assist in refunding your points.

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I'd like to close this question as the answers were not sufficient.
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Hi baptiej,

I've refunded your points. Just post a comment here so I know you've read this and then I'll proceed to delete the question.

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