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(keitai-l) Re: Uploading files to server

From: Roope Kangas <rkangas_at_real.com>
Date: 08/29/07
Message-ID: <17449.195.156.176.249.1188381503.squirrel_at_goodzilla.mrgoodliving.net>
Hmm,

Take the url to the .jam / .jar (http://server/app.jar) and type it to
your browser or wget (with headers printed) it and see what it says for
the mime-type. Or check the server configuration =)

-- roopek


> Hello Roope,
>
> I'll guessing the mime-type is okay - the files were made using
> Eclipse. If not, how do I check their mime-type?
>
> Mark
>
> On 29/08/2007, Roope Kangas <rkangas_at_real.com> wrote:
>>
>> I think you should check that the mime-type associations are correct for
>> .jar and .jam. Then move on to checking that the path to .jar in
>> .jam-file
>> is correct.
>>
>> -- roopek
>>
>>
>>
>> > Okay I'm having trouble getting the files for a DoJa programme on to a
>> > web server and then on to a DoCoMo phone.
>> >
>> > I have jar and jam files, a description file, resource files and the
>> > complied java file, plus the html file to trigger the download. My
>> > question is which files go up and into which folders?
>> >
>> > Several books and web mobile developer sites have said:
>> >
>> > Upload the html page along with the .jar and .jam files for the
>> > application onto a Web server.
>> >
>> > I do that , but after seeing a powered by java downloading screen on
>> > my phone I get a -
>> >
>> > This software contains an error - message.
>> >
>> > This happens even with the simplest of Hello World programmes. And the
>> > programmes work perfectly fine with the DoJa emulator and Eclipse.
>> >
>> > Which files should go up on the server? Where do the complied class
>> > files go? Should .jar and .jam files be placed in a bin folder as they
>> > are in Eclipse? Should resource files go into a res folder? Should I
>> > be using a particular kind of server?
>> >
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>> >
>>
>>
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>>
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-- 
Roope Kangas, System Programmer
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Fax     +358 (0)9 751 75599
Email   rkangas_at_real.com

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"Fishing for a good time starts with throwing in your line" - Tom Waits
Received on Wed Aug 29 12:58:24 2007