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From Oro smith <orosm...@sify.com>
Subject Re: Cocoon and WAP problems
Date Wed, 23 Jun 2004 10:05:54 GMT
I tried this:

<map:match pattern="test(2).wml">
      <map:generate src="test.wml"/>
      <map:serialize type="wml"/>
      </map:match>

It works. test.wml is displayed. Does that mean that the WAP gateway accepts characters like
'(' and ')'  ?

Smith

Quoting  m_rolappe@web.de:

> 
> 
> Oro smith schrieb:
> > Quoting  Conal.Tuohy@vuw.ac.nz:
> > 
> > 
> >>Hey Oro, maybe the problem is your WAP client doesn't like query
> strings
> >>in the URL? I know it sounds weird, but it could be.
> >>
> >>You have a matcher for "test.wml" - try accessing it with some
> (dummy)
> >>parameters, e.g. "test.wml?foo=bar"
> >>
> >>If that IS your problem then instead of URLs like:
> >>mail/mail/mail.wml?cmd=cat-message-by-id&id=3
> >>... you could change your sitemap to handle URLs like:
> >>mail/mail/cmd/cat-message-by-id/3/mail.wml
> > 
> > 
> > There is a link which goes to 
> > mail/mail/mail(2).wml 
> > 
> > It is the link that goes to the next page of the inbox. This page is
> also not displayed. The url does not have a query string though. 
> 
> try to change the url pattern so that it doesn't contain parentheses, 
> e.g.: mail/mail/mail_2_.wml
> 
> some gateways don't like certain characters in URLs, e.g. commas.
> 
> and as already mentioned check/compare HTTP headers.
> 
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