04-05-2012 06:35 AM
Suppose I put an application on RIM store for recurring charges i.e per month billing. (This all is handeled by Blackberry Vendor Portal)
Someone downloads my app, registered with it and I get the first month payment. But after some time user disconnect the services with my app.
How do I get to know that which user has disconnected from the services?
This is because he still has an application installed on his device and can login into that by using registered username and password details and start using the app, but actually he is disconnected from the services for payment.
Please help me in this.Also let me know if you want some more explaination about this.
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04-10-2012 09:58 PM
04-11-2012 03:20 AM
The disconnected means, we have our BB application available for monthly rental.
A user subscribe for application and after some time he don't want to continue with application.
So in this matter user will unsubscribe from app world and we will not receive the payment for further periods.
So my concern is the following:
1. Once the user unsubscribe, will the user has our application installed on their BB device or not?
2. If yes, how can we stop him to log in into our application with its registered user ID (This id present in our database)?
3. How can we link user's application log in ID (ID to which user registered with our application i.e "ABC") and blackberry ID (ID through which user downloaded our app i.e "XYZ")
If we can link these 2 ID then only we can check that the user is still on our database or not.
04-11-2012 03:34 AM
04-11-2012 05:10 AM
Ok that seems good if we got the customer information from appworld.
Then again can we store this information on our DB?
Now suppose person downloads my application with appworld ID "ABC".
After that user registered to our application with ID "XYZ" and it is stored in our database for online login system.
How do we come to know the relation between id "ABC" and "XYZ"?
(Because appworld dosen't get any information about ID "XYZ")
Can we store this relationship in our DB to make online login system more authenticated?
04-11-2012 05:17 AM
04-11-2012 05:32 AM
The id XYZ is the user's login id to our application.
We have a registration page in our application where user "ABC" can use "XYZ" as the different id to register.
And once user registered he/she can login into our application and start using it.
04-11-2012 06:24 AM
04-11-2012 06:53 AM
I got one document and it is mentioned over their that we have to include payment api in our application if we need to launch paid version of application.
Is it really necessary to include the API of Payment_Service_SDK?