Has anyone out there had any experience au appli downloads that might
shed some light on this problem ?
We have a wap 2.0 java application that will download and run correctly
on all handsets we've tried except for panasonic's C3003P GPS phone.
When downloaded onto that one, the download completes, the phone sends
the server "offset=-1,count=-1" completion code, and then on the phone
screen it says it is storing the appli. Then after several seconds it
will say "ezplus $BEPO?$7$^$7$?(B" followed immediately by an error message
saying $BIT_at_5%G!<%?$G$9!#(BSometimes the $BIT_at_5%G!<%?(B message does not come out until you
actually try to start the application, i.e., the application is saved
to the data folder ok, but then it complains when you try to run it.
We've tested sony/erricson, toshiba and casio handsets with no problem,
but the panasonic can't even start the application that runs ok on all
We are using some phase 2 api's, so in the manifest.mf and the .jad
file we have set Microedition-Configuration to CLDC 1.0 and
MicroEdition-Profile to KDDIP-2.0 (though we have also tried/failed
with MIDP-2.0 just for kicks). The page where the application is
downloaded is in pretty simple hdml, and declares the file disposition
as "devkdj2", which is theoretically correct for phase 2 apps, though
the old "devkdjx" worked fine for the other handsets as well. It would
seem the panasonic is being a real stickler for rules in places where
the others are not, but I can't figure out where!
Any help or pointers much appreciated,
Received on Thu Oct 31 07:56:26 2002