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Old 07-11-2008, 08:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've created a SocketConnection to a server on the internet and the code in the debugger seems to work fine (no exceptions are thrown), but no data actually arrives at the server. I've got the MDS simulator running as well and I can do Http connections to the server so I know it is working. Any thoughts to why the code _appears_ to work?

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c = (SocketConnection)Connector.open("socket://" + ddsStore.getServer() + ":8081");
os = c.openDataOutputStream();
is = c.openInputStream();

os.writeByte('@');
os.writeUTF(s);
os.flush();
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Ahhh...I just tried to telnet to port 8081 and I get connection refused...makes sense as I am VPN'd into the corporate network but I am firewalled. However, why the heck isn't something throwing connection refused?
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Not so fast. I wrote a simple perl server script that listens on socket://localhost:8081....

Even when I send data at localhost I don't get an exception and I don't get any data either. Is this something with the simulator? I've has this code working on server J2ME phones without problem. Any ideas? Thanks.
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