Apologies for the length of post, but it was the shortest I could make that still demonstrated the problem.
Which is, that softkeys for navigating to an url don't work from within a <CiscoIPPhoneInput> page.
The behaviour Im seeing from the included example is that from the main page navigating to the test page with the Works button works fine, if however you navigate to the input page with the Input button then try navigating to the same test page as before, but with the Broken button the phone displays a blank screen with a cancel button on.
The functionality I was attempting to achieve when this bug cropped up was to present the user with an input box for a phone number, but with a softkey that would take them to a menu of predefined contacts.
Please could someone try the following pages, to confirm that it is not just me!
Note: the following pages need to be cut and created in the IPPhoneServices\PersonalDirectory
What release of CallManager are you running this on? (ie phone load).
This works in a CM 3.3(3) environment. I had to make a couple quick changes in order to get it to run, as you didn't include the xmlPDDefines.asp document. So I removed the inclusion of that file, removed the call to makeSafeHttpString() and just referenced the querystring itself, replaced the call to getBaseURL() with the actual base url, and added a contenttype = text/xml to each page.
In any case, it works here. It could be a problem with your specific implementation (something to do with the xmlPDDefines.asp doc? the makeSafeHttpString function?), or perhaps a bug affecting your particular phone load. I assume that you specify the content type somewhere (probably in the xmlPDDefines.asp)?
(Note: I tried it on a 7960, not a 7940, but there should be no differences between the two platforms).
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