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Re: one problem about using mobileOK

From: Francois Daoust <fd@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2011 20:23:25 +0200
Message-ID: <4D94C69D.6020903@w3.org>
To: v_zhanglili <v_zhanglili@baidu.com>
CC: public-mobileOK-checker@w3.org
On 03/25/2011 10:18 AM, v_zhanglili wrote:
> HI All,
> I am using the mobileOK to verify some web page. But I found that I could only verify the web page with public IP, my web page with private ip can not be verified. The mobileOK always complains that the resource under test could not be retrieved.(picture1 as follow)

Yes, that's by design. The online mobileOK Checker runs on W3C servers. As such, it cannot access any private IP address.

> So I am planning to install the mobileOK Checker on local, I download the “mobileOK-Basic-RI-1.0-UserManual.pdf, but it seems that it is out of date. Also I download the mobileOK-Basic-RI-1.0.jar, and I try to run it under command mode using command: java –jar mobileOK-Basic-RI-1.0.jar, but I always get the error: Invalid or corrupt jarfile mobileOK-Basic-RI-1.0-deploy.jar(picture 2 as follow)
> Is anyone who could told me where I could download a released build and how to install the web client on my local machine?

I just uploaded a new version of the JAR, just in case. What probably happened though is that your download of the JAR file stopped before the end (timeout?). Could you try again? Make sure you end up with a local JAR file that is 6.7MB.

Please note that the JAR only contains the mobileOK Checker library. This will return an output in XML format, and not the full Web report that you can see on the online service. There is no easy-to-install version of the online service. You'd need to setup a local Web server and find your way in the servlet component of the service:

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