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From Christopher Schultz <>
Subject Re: [OT] Using jsp/serlvets to track clicking
Date Mon, 02 Mar 2009 22:32:39 GMT
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On 3/2/2009 5:18 PM, Jonathan Mast wrote:
> Thanks Ken, the problem with this solution is that these pages are for
> viewing on mobile phones, most of which do not have JavaScript capability.
> What I had in mind was akin to what I do on regular website when I want a
> link to generate a file that is saved to disk (an excel report app, for
> instance).  In this case, I set the Content-Disposition: to file or whatever
> by calling method in the response object.

Note that a full roundtrip happens in the above case: a regular HTTP
request is sent to the server, and a full response is sent. The fact
that the browser responds by saving the file and NOT refreshing the page
is client-specirfic.

> There must be something similar that can make the browser behave like it has
> just clicked a regular TEL:NNNNNNNNNN link.

What about accepting the request and responding with a REDIRECT to a
tel:// URL? That would be the first thing I try.

- -chris

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