09-02-2011 04:43 PM
I'm developing an app that needs to send something via BBM, so I wanted to try it out. The problem is I can't get the BBM simulator to run. I followed the instructions found on the Blackberry Messenger page but when I execute run.bat it says the following:
(why can't I post the image directly?!)
- Java SE Development Kit 7 installed: C:\jdk1.7.0\
- Java JRE installed: C:\jdk1.7.0\jre7\
(Note that there is another jre folder: C:\jdk1.7.0\jre\) JAVA_HOME variable points to: C:\jdk1.7.0\
Added "C:\jdk1.7.0\bin\;" to the front of path variable.
Copied files local_policy.jar and US_export_policy.jar to both
(I first copied them only to C:\jdk1.7.0\jre7\lib\security but it said "Did you install Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files?")
I downloaded the SDK, extracted the contents to "C:\BBM\", got into MDS Simulator and extracted the contents right there as well.
Running Windows 7 64 bits.
What am I missing here?
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09-05-2011 01:34 PM
09-05-2011 03:01 PM - edited 09-05-2011 03:01 PM
Yes, however the problem is that in step 5 of http://docs.blackberry.com/en/developers/deliverab
That doesn't work. That's where I'm stuck.
And yes, I have configured the BlackBerry MDS Simulator to use unlimited strength encryption. Look at my error image in the first post, maybe you notice something I have not..
Thanks for the reply
09-05-2011 03:07 PM
09-05-2011 03:28 PM - edited 09-05-2011 03:29 PM
Have you specified your IP address in the rimpublic.property file (in my case located in "R:\BBM_SDK_BETA_4\MDS Simulator\sdk\mds\Servers\MDS1\config")???
If no, go to that file, and in the fourth line set, change the UDP.send.host value to the IP address of your computer (ie, localhost or 127.0.0.1).
Tell me if that worked.
09-06-2011 01:09 PM