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Wap questions

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by VxxRoBxxV, Jun 13, 2003.

  1. VxxRoBxxV

    VxxRoBxxV New Member

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    I have a great idea for a wap page that would allow using aim without using text messages (would only use airtime minutes), i just have a few questions on getting started with wap, How do i start my own wap server? would i use a http server like apache and install something to make it allow wap serving? and also with wap pages im pretty sure i read in a tutorial that there is a command to send data to the server (im assuming it must be true because of wap pages like google and such where you search) so I think once i get a wap server set up it shouldnt be a problem starting my 'WAIM' project. Any help is appreciated.
     
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    thanks for the response but I looked all over the page and it doesnt tell how to set up your http server to allow serving of wml files, im assuming it just stores the files for you, for what i want to do i need my computer to be the server, any websites or anything you might know to help me out? thanks again
     
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    Hmm, I just read that you don't need a wap server and you just need to put the wml file on your http server, so nevermind, guess its time to start working on WAIM!
     

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