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PushRegistry Entry in JAD

 
Alibabra Sanjie
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Are the following Push Registry correct?

1) MIDlet-Push-1: sms://:12345 smsExample, ?2*
2) MIDlet-Push-2: sms://:12345 smsExample, ?
3) MIDlet-Push-3: cbs://:12345 cbsExample, ?
4) MIDlet-Push-4: http://:12345 httpExample, *.2??.*.?
5) MIDlet-Push-5: http://:12345 httpExample, *.??2.*.?
6) MIDlet-Push-6: http://:12345 httpExample, ?

The spec said:"... The filter of the cbs protocol is not performed and ignored. the filter may be set to '*'...", the key word is "MAY BE", that means that it MAY BE something else, like "?", or "123456". No matter what, they will be ignored. So it does matter what! Right? , How about "MIDlet-Push-3: cbs://:12345 cbsExample,12345", correct?

Any comments. I am confused with these wild cards.
[ October 21, 2004: Message edited by: Alibabra Sanjie ]
 
Wilder C Rodrigues
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Hi,

Though I didn't pass I'll try to help you.

How about "MIDlet-Push-3: cbs://:12345 cbsExample,12345", correct?


First ytou have the parameters of MIDlet-Push-n are separated by comma, so you entry is MIDlet-Push-3: cbs://:12345, cbsExample,?. But it's no the problem. You can use '?' as a filter, just remember, it allows only one character.

So:

MIDlet-Push-3: cbs://:12345, cbsExample,?

Could be something like:

MIDlet-Push-3: cbs://:12345, cbsExample, 2

But never:

MIDlet-Push-3: cbs://:12345, cbsExample, 12345

With '*' is different.

If I'm not right, somebody helps me too.

Regards,
Wilder
 
Alibabra Sanjie
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Thanks. My main question is that: can I use the combination with * and ? like 2?*, ??89*, or simply ?* Are they vailid? For the cbs protocol, filter will be wild card only and ignored. What happen if I use number like 9*?
[ October 22, 2004: Message edited by: Alibabra Sanjie ]
 
Wilder C Rodrigues
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Okay. Like spec said: the field filter will be ignored. So, you may (I guess MUST) use '*' to indicate any sender is accepted. It doesn't work like SMS protocol or any other.

Cheers,
Wilder
 
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