Re: Problem with WebRequestCodingStrategy's and mobile phones

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Re: Problem with WebRequestCodingStrategy's and mobile phones

2009-02-11 Thread Igor Vaynberg
we would have to add it to almost all coding strategies because almost all of them use the colon. -igor On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 11:50 PM, Jeremy Thomerson jer...@wickettraining.com wrote: Can one of the core devs add a note to the javadoc of UrlCompressingWebCodingStrategy to the effect of

Re: Problem with WebRequestCodingStrategy's and mobile phones

2009-02-10 Thread Timo Rantalaiho
On Mon, 09 Feb 2009, Jeremy Levy wrote: We tested this on several other handsets that we have available and can confirm that it breaks all form submits. This is a some what obsecure case, and perhaps irrelvant if you don't run a mobile site, but we saw our number's drop by about 20% - 50%

Re: Problem with WebRequestCodingStrategy's and mobile phones

2009-02-10 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
Can one of the core devs add a note to the javadoc of UrlCompressingWebCodingStrategy to the effect of NOTE: Using this strategy may cause errors in some mobile phone browsers, specifically the Motorola V3 and other UP.Link browser mobile phones -- Jeremy Thomerson

Problem with WebRequestCodingStrategy's and mobile phones

2009-02-09 Thread Jeremy Levy
We figured out something very interesting with the default URL coding strategy's that Wicket uses when using mobile phones / devices. We run a fairly heavily trafficked mobile site, and having been using CryptedUrlWebRequestCodingStrategy for sometime. While attempting to debug some page timeout