Last post May 02, 2005 06:16 AM by alexite
Apr 21, 2005 11:29 AM|alexite|LINK
Apr 21, 2005 01:07 PM|Grudgeboy|LINK
Provide the user with a bookmark to your site, ask the user to store that bookmark on their device. They should always access your site via the bookmark.
Append a unique ID to the end of the bookmark as a querystring argument. Use this to log the user in when they access your site.
Job done. Not fool-proof, but the best and easiest solution you're likely to find.
Apr 21, 2005 05:57 PM|Qnnn|LINK
Apr 25, 2005 08:00 AM|alexite|LINK
Apr 25, 2005 10:11 AM|Grudgeboy|LINK
From "Building Microsoft ASP.NET Applications for Mobile Devices, second edition";
NTT DoCoMo classifies i-mode sites as either official (in other words, sanctioned by NTT DoCoMo) or unofficial. NTT DoCoMo makes the unique ID of each i-mode handset available to the developers of official sites. The developer can use
this ID in place of a cookie to track a session on the server. No such mechanism exists for unofficial sites. The WAP 2.0 specifications offer a number of ways to work with sessions and user identification—for example, by providing a unique client ID. You
can read these specifications at
Apr 25, 2005 01:25 PM|Qnnn|LINK
May 02, 2005 06:16 AM|alexite|LINK