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Using BSP & Pocket PC

Hi all,

I have create a little BSP application with a html page that contain a label an a command button.

When i connect my pocket pc IPAQ 3630 and i navigate to the adress of my BSP the following message appear:

=700;IE=302)

Any suggestion ???????

Thanks in advance,

Michele.

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2004 at 10:52 AM

    looks like your user-agent is not supported

    Milan.

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2004 at 12:55 PM

    > Any suggestion ???????

    In English one question mark is sufficient to terminate a sentence.

    Please see note 598860 for browsers that are supported by HTMLB library. Our rendering libraries do not support the Pocket PC (IE=v3.02).

    What could still work, is if you decide to use your own HTML rendering.

    On a higher level, you could of couse also consider to write you own tag library for such a device. I know of groups that did something similar fo Java. However, it is a lot of work, that is not to be underestimated. (If you have a lot of time on hand, you could co-ordinate a group of people doing this for fun. Is outside the scope of our work.)

    ++bcm

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