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Mobile TCP server problem
max77 last edited by
I'm developing a mobile client-server application using Qt 4.6.3. The server part resides on mobile device (Symbian), the client part is a desktop application.
The problem is that no access point selection dialog appears when i make QTcpServer listen for incoming connections. The app works perfectly in simulator but on the device it doesn't. Below is the code fragment of which i'm unsure:
accelServer = new QTcpServer(this);
ui->textBrowser->setText(QString("Listening on %1:%2").arg(accelServer->serverAddress().toString()).arg(accelServer->serverPort()));
When I run any application that initiates requests the system asks me for AP... But the server just starts saying "Listening on 0.0.0.0:9999" and nothing happens.
Do I have to initiate network connection manually ? And if so then what should i do for that ?
Thanx in advance :)
DenisKormalev last edited by
For what do you need such scheme? Maybe it is possible to connect from mobile to desktop?
johnk last edited by
I haven't reviewed Max's code but I did want to share a link to prior work on mobile web servers. "Here":http://blog.symbian.org/2009/08/07/because-we-can-part-i-the-really-mobile-web/ is an article by Mark Wilcox on Nokia's PAMP. It provides you with some motivation for why you'd want one.
dalaing last edited by
You might need to use the Bearer Management API from Qt Mobility in order to get the access point selection going:
[edit: Marek up link, Tobias Hunger]