Last post Jan 11, 2009 02:36 PM by SKT_01
Jan 09, 2009 09:35 AMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
I have a large CRM asp.net web application that has been running good. I want to give the users remote access into a few peices of information. For various reasons I need to integrate the mobile into the same project as the regular asp.net application. When
I did my research into the mobile application, I realized it needed various web.config entries.
I think I need to cut and paste the mobile sections from the mobile web.config file into my original web.config file. However, I don't want to mess my original web site up, but I know I need several peices from the mobile web.config.
Does anyone know what "peices" of the mobile web.config need to be embedded into the normal web.config?
Thanks in advance
Jan 11, 2009 07:25 AM|SKT_01|LINK
if you are using the obsolete ASP.NET Mobile Controls with device filtering take a look at this
Jan 11, 2009 12:24 PMemail@example.com|LINK
You stated the "obolete ASP.NET Mobile Controls". What controls should I be using? Should I be using another filtering method or are you suggesting just using normal ASP.NET controls?
Jan 11, 2009 02:36 PM|SKT_01|LINK
the kind of mobile web application depends on the target devices, e. g. if you have users with Nokia 3100 you can use ASP.NET Mobile Web Forms, if you have iPhones ASP.NET Web Forms are the better choice, if you have both user groups you have to detect each
device and redirect the users to the appropriate application.
MSN Mobile, for all phones. In this cases you can use ASP.NET Mobile Controls without filtering.