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Offline ginsi

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Live tracking server implementation
« on: April 16, 2013, 13:01:07 »
I wish to implement a small private server able to process http queries coming from the Live tracking functionality of Locus app.
I understand that it shall basically be an http server (e.g. Apache) with some serve-side software able to process GET and/or POST (e.g. with php+mysql).

What I am missing (and unable to find) is:
- Is the Locus app in the phone waiting and processing the page returned by the server?
- If yes, what should that page contain? (I suppose Locus should at least accept ako success/failure answer page)

Many thanks.
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Re: Live tracking server implementation
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2013, 13:20:00 »
Hello Ginsi,
  I was not doing any server side implementation, but I think basic apache that may receive GET/POST requests (as you wrote) is perfect

about "what you miss"

Locus now simply send request on defined URL (together will all parameters) and that's all. Do not check response, do not handle it. So currently nothing is needed, just receive data.
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