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Posts: 22
Registered: ‎08-18-2010
My Device: Not Specified

PushPlus with dotNET?

I'm working on an app that involves push messaging where much of the push code was outsourced and written in Java.


I'd love to move the server push code over to C#.NET as well as add logic to handle the push status information that is available to the "Push Plus" messaging level.


Are there any good examples of these?  

i.e. either C#.NET and/or better handling of push status?


My research online points to some examples to do with .NET but then I see other (confusing) information that some of the MDS is deprecated with respect to Visual Studio or uses .NET 1.1.  

Posts: 235
Registered: ‎11-08-2010
My Device: Not Specified

Re: PushPlus with dotNET?

The BIS push system uses a PAP XML over HTTP interface so you can write your server-side push application using C#.Net. I heard RIM is coming out with a .Net SDK soon but in the meantime you have to hand code the creating and parsing of the XML.