09-05-2008 02:33 AM
Hi Peter and others,
Iam also facing similar kind of problem,i posted my problem in new thread also.....As am also having individual device,but i cannot connect my application via direct TCP(because it is not permitted by service provider).......if I go for BIS plan then what shall I do for that?shalll i have to contact to my carrier or anything else?.......Iam in India........
09-05-2008 05:07 AM
ankit2grover - I think we should leave this thread to duksunkim - I and a number of others have responded in your other thread. Next time, can you post a link to your new thread?
duksunkim. Just to confirm you problem.
You are issuing an http connection, using a standard URL with ";deviceside=true", and you get through to your Server when your firewall blocks NO ports. However when only Port 80 is open, you get a 500 error. Is that correct a correct summary of your problem?
If my summary above is correct, then I suggest you start another Thread, with just that question.
However, I must admit that I think you only require port 80 to be open. Certainly my testing that is enough. I would try to confirm that your firewall is not doing some other blocking. In addition, you ask which ports to open. I would suggest your firewall logs might provide that answer.
Also I would try getting an http page from some other site, just to prove that the problem occurs with all sites, not just yours.
12-18-2008 03:01 AM
Im new to network transport in blackberry. Im developing an applicaton that connects to server. Im using httpConnection. This applicatoin is running successfully on all device excepts devices with t-mobile.
How can i identify whether mobile supporting t-mobile or anything else.
Can you tell me whether we can retrive apn address and carrier name programmtiaclly?
If yes can you tell me how to do that.
12-19-2008 01:08 PM
You can use the RadioInfo class to determine the carrier the user is on. There is no way to programmatically determine APN information for a carrier, but you can specify it when you make a connection. I recommend having a look at the following links.
What Is - Maximum number of simultaneous connections
Article Number: DB-00480
How To - Specify APN information for a direct TCP connection
Article Number: DB-00532
12-20-2008 01:49 AM
I went through these links. My app will be used by people all over the world in different carriers. How can i know what apn is used for that carrier.
Can we find carrier programmatically? If yes how?
Also, from where i will get apn for corresponding carrier
12-23-2008 02:01 PM
There is no method to obtain a carrier's APN. You or your users would need to contact the carrier to determine it.
12-24-2008 12:22 AM
I want to use WiFi to communicate to server.
Following link gives details about that.
My question is there compulsion that to use wifi we have to use socket connection? In that case is there any need to change server side?
Also the url of server that im using is;
Can you tell me How can i specify connection url to use wifi also what port number should i specify?
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