12-11-2008 12:46 PM
12-12-2008 10:23 AM - edited 12-12-2008 10:29 AM
Perhaps BES sends more data than expected, for example resends some information, sends service bytes, etc. And this cause 413 Error.
To debug this - try to use a third-party traffic log/analyzer application and check it more closely.
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My Research-In-Motion (RIM) cell phone gives me a HTTP 413 Error when I attempt to play back. What is wrong?
Older RIM devices were shipped with a limit of 128K on HTTP/GETs from the browser if the browser is the internet browser. Changing this limit to 1M chunks solves the problem. The default needs to be changed using the BES Management Console - it cannot be done on the phone itself.
By default, the BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) limits the response size of a single HTTP response to 128K. If you try to fetch anything bigger the application will receive a 413 (Request Entity Too Large) response code from the server. To get around this you must use the BES management console to change the value of the Maximum number of kilobytes per connection field to a higher value, up to 1024K.
Have your IT department log into the BES Management Console and do the following: