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From HURET Cyril <>
Subject RE: Very strange problems while accessing wap examples provided w ith Cocoon 1.8 through Nokia WAP Toolkit 2.0!
Date Mon, 06 Nov 2000 15:18:01 GMT
try it:
put this line in for XML Formatters WML 1.1 :
formatter.text/wml.encoding = ISO-8859-1

-----Message d'origine-----
De: Mario Guzzi []
Date: samedi 6 novembre 1999 15:03
Objet: Very strange problems while accessing wap examples provided with
Cocoon 1.8 through Nokia WAP Toolkit 2.0!


I'm using Cocoon 1.8, Tomcat Web Server 3.1 (and JDK 1.2.2), Nokia WAP
Toolkit 2.0. I'm also using Windows NT 4.0.

I would like to build a Wap application using Cocoon platform.

Cocoon installion works well. Everything is ok if I ues a web browser to
access the examples provided with Cocoon.


The problem I have is that I cannot access the examples provided with Cocoon
itself through the Nokia WAP Toolkit 2.0.

I cannot access both using the Nokia 7110 and the Blueprint phone

When I try to access the example called example-portfolio.xml using the
Nokia 7110 device I get the following error message: "The page cannot be

If I use the Blueprint device I get the error message "Character encoding
conversion failed" and then the Nokia WAP Toolkit asks me if I want to see
Cocoon's response in a wml editor (the toolkit's one). I answer that I want
to and the Toolkit shows me the right wml code:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>


<wml><card id="index" title="Your Portfolio"><p align="center"><a
href="#value">Value</a><br/><a href="#stocks">Stocks</a><br/></p><do
label="About" type="accept"><go href="#About"/></do></card><card id="about"
title="About"><onevent type="ontimer"><prev/></onevent><timer value="25"/><p

Copyright ÷ 1999<br/>

Apache Software Foundation.<br/>

All rights reserved.

</small></p></card><card id="value" title="Portfolio Value"><p>

Total value: <b>$$122786</b><br/><small>(<b>-0.23%</b>
yesterday)</small><br/><small>(<b>+1.82%</b> from last
week)</small><br/><small>(<b>+1.32%</b> from last
month)</small><br/><small>(<b>+45.00%</b> ever)</small><br/></p><do
label="Back" type="prev"><prev/></do></card><card id="stocks" title="Your
Current Stocks"><p align="center"><a href="#Macrosoft">Macrosoft</a><br/><a
href="#HAL">HAL</a><br/><a href="#Riskape">Riskape</a><br/><a
href="#Moon">Moon</a><br/></p><do label="Back"
type="prev"><prev/></do></card><card id="Macrosoft" title="Macrosoft"><p>

Quotes: 300<br/>

Value: 120.42$$<br/><small>(<b>-0.04%</b> from
yesterday)</small><br/><small>(<b>+0.49%</b> from last
week)</small><br/><small>(<b>-3.89%</b> from last
month)</small><br/><small>(<b>+459.58%</b> ever)</small><br/></p><do
label="Back" type="prev"><prev/></do></card><card id="HAL" title="HAL"><p>

Quotes: 1000<br/>

Value: 47.34$$<br/><small>(<b>+0.38%</b> from
yesterday)</small><br/><small>(<b>+0.59%</b> from last
week)</small><br/><small>(<b>-1.34%</b> from last
month)</small><br/><small>(<b>-34.53%</b> ever)</small><br/></p><do
label="Back" type="prev"><prev/></do></card><card id="Riskape"

Quotes: 130<br/>

Value: 85.43$$<br/><small>(<b>-1.34%</b> from
yesterday)</small><br/><small>(<b>-10.49%</b> from last
week)</small><br/><small>(<b>+4.89%</b> from last
month)</small><br/><small>(<b>+50.58%</b> ever)</small><br/></p><do
label="Back" type="prev"><prev/></do></card><card id="Moon" title="Moon"><p>

Quotes: 500<br/>

Value: 56.43$$<br/><small>(<b>+0.44%</b> from
yesterday)</small><br/><small>(<b>+2.38%</b> from last
week)</small><br/><small>(<b>-0.2%</b> from last
month)</small><br/><small>(<b>+87.03%</b> ever)</small><br/></p><do
label="Back" type="prev"><prev/></do></card></wml>

<!-- This page was served in 421 milliseconds by Cocoon 1.8 -->

At this point I save this file as "test.wml". If I try to either or compile
it I get the "character encoding conversion

failed" error again.

But if I type its URL in the Toolkit's browers it gets loaded and executed
both on the Blueprint and on the 7110 Nokia Phones. That is to say
everything is ok! Very stange, isn't it?

At the beginnig I started to think it was due to the fact I had to set web
server's MIME types. So I tried to configure Tomcat's MIME type, putting a
few lines in the file called "web.xml", but it doesn't work.

Then I tried to configure phone settings in order to make them using the
Nokia WAP Server (a gateway). But nothing changed.

I hope you can help me solve this boring problem once and for all. This way
I colud build my wap application using Cocoon.

Best regards!

Mario Guzzi.

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