I just found one yesterday! Good timing. Nokia (www.nokia.com) gives them away. Getting a beta is easy, just fill out a simple form and download it. They also have toolkits for imitating different phones (I think that's what the toolkit did) and white papers, faqs, etc. Getting the non-beta version might be more diffilcult. It's free, but I think that they only want to give it to professionals and consultants. I submitted the required form, but I haven't heard anything yet. There may be other ways to get a WAP server. Searching for "WAP" in yahoo.com will give you some good results.<BR><BR>P.S. If you find an easy way to get a non-beta, let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org)
www.phone.com<BR><BR>I've done some HDML and WML coding (I work for a wireless carrier) with IIS/ASP on the back-end. Phone.com has an SDK also, along with an emulator to test out your code. You don't need a WAP gateway to use the emulator, either. There's good documentation on thier site on how to configure various server types to work with HDML and WML.<BR><BR>Good luck!<BR><BR>Mike
I've been working on this for a short time and already found some real problems. Can anybody tell me how to pick up posted data from a WAP "form". The following code just doesn't get a response in Response.Form:<BR><wml><BR> <card id="Find"><BR> <do type="accept" label="Find"><BR> <go method="get" href="Fifth.asp"><BR> <postfield name="perrefno" value="$(perrefno)"/><BR> </go><BR> </do><BR> <p><BR> Enter personnel number:<BR> <input name="perrefno" format="12X"/><BR> </p><BR> </card><BR></wml><BR><BR>I read of a problem with Post in the wapforum web page, but even their suggested alternative using BinaryRead did not give anything useful.