Last post Jun 09, 2007 02:15 AM by SKT_01
May 31, 2007 01:55 PM|ThisBytes5|LINK
Our mobile pages have a list box on them to contain all the links a user can click, one of these links is the submit link. This all works fine in IE 6&7, as well as pocket IE on mobile 4&5. However, on our CHTML
capable phones, e.g. Motorola v365, this does not work.
Is it possible to get a link in a CHTML phone to submit the contents of a text box when clicked?
The following is an example form that I put together to show what we are doing in our forms. I have tested it with all of our custom adapters removed and with our custom adapters. All results the same.
Jun 01, 2007 02:35 PM|SKT_01|LINK
With the Motorola v365 - which has an XHTML browser and not a CHTML browser - your mobile page doesn't post back. Therefore the value of the TextBox is not send to the server.
ASP.NET Mobile Controls always try to detect which device requests the page. Then, if the device is configured, the appropriate mark up is send to it. If the device is not configured and therefore unknown like the Motorola v365 the server sends HTML 3.2
Mobile Web Forms
Jun 07, 2007 02:39 PM|ThisBytes5|LINK
Thank you for your reply, our end result was to go through the applications and replace the submit links with commands as this seemed to be the most approriate thing to do.
Jun 09, 2007 02:15 AM|SKT_01|LINK
Yes. A second option is to use command controls device specific.