From experience, phones and emulators hardly ever work the same.
Expect different problems on the phone....
I don't know the cause but a simple solution is to have the servlets directory
not needing the :8080 by reconfiguring the web server. The only time you can't do that
is probably if you have a lot of other stuff that's mission critical running on the server
(like Lyris or Tomcat). Also its never a good idea to do tests with a mission critical server
(if that is the case).
If you're using apache and jserv, I'm finding that servlet zones and virtual
hosts solve many many problems.....
The JSky site I write works perfect on every phone (after debugging) I tried it on but certain servlets failed
on all my emulators. (And I wasn't needing a 8080) It was really annoying but since the phones
matter more than the emulators, I wouldn't be too concerned.
Ankit Bal wrote:
> I am trying to generate dynamic pages for jphone through a servlet. The first link through the emulator(as well as the phone) generated a page that worked perfectly but any subsequent hyperlinks gave 404.
> As servlets run on the 8080 port my first link, for example was
> but subsequent urls in the emulator were shown as
> which did not work. Though the generation of the page was with 8080 included the emulator ignored it. Is there any way to get around this?
> I am using the emulator at http://www.919search.com/contents/contents_simu_edit.html
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Paul Bryan Lester
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Received on Sun Dec 2 06:20:26 2001