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Nov 18, 2004 at 08:08 PM

BSP's and PDA's

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Hello,

My company is currently using a stand-alone WebAS to host BSPs which are then accessed via a PDA using Internet Explorer. From what I've recently read about the Mobile Infrastructure, it sounds like we're more or less re-inventing the wheel. The reason I am asking is because we are having a difficult time programming user interaction via the web pages. For example, the function buttons, F1 - F2 - F3, aren't accessible (b/c Internet Explorer reacts to them), the keyboard continually pops up on the PDA when ever the cursor is in an input field, etc. Basically, it's starting to seem like it's more work than it's worth.

I've posted this message in the BSP form (vs. the MI forum) because I'm not sure if it's just the fact that we're not experienced enough with BSP development. If anyone has used BSP development for PDA applications, please let me know.

All other thoughts are appreciated as well.

Thanks,

Jon