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bb_cladsa
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Push Development in Enterprise environment

I am currently working on an enterprise push application that would push notifications to the application on a device which is activated on a BES. I was thinking about how to handle the scenario when there are multiple BES domains.

 

-Should my push initiator push to the central push servers in both domains in order to push to a device? (This seems inefficient)

- Is there any other information that I can retrieve from the device which will help me determine which BES domain's push server to push to?

 

Any comments is much appreciated.

 

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bb_cladsa
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Re: Push Development in Enterprise environment

Any idea if the Blackberry Enterprise Application Middleware going to support the scenario when there are multiple BES domains?

 

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Re: Push Development in Enterprise environment

Does the scenario involve one enterprise with multiple BES domains or are you trying to push to multiple enterprise environments (more than one company)?

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Re: Push Development in Enterprise environment

The scenario where one enterprise has multiple BES domains.

 

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Re: Push Development in Enterprise environment

From what you've said about your envrionment (different central push servers for each domain) you would likely need to push to either the first time for each user, log whether a success/failure in some sort of table or database, then use this to determine where to send subsequent pushes.

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