01-21-2014 04:41 AM - edited 01-21-2014 04:46 AM
Please see the output screenshots shown above and help me show the channel images list as done in the Nokia mobile application as earleir said.
The output is java.io.IOException:APN is not specified.(no channels)
01-21-2014 05:23 AM
That is a communication error - you need to work out what communication methods are available and add an appropriate connection suffix, or change the code in the application to use some BlackBerry specific classes like ConnectionFactory.
I take it your code is running correctly in a Simulator?
01-21-2014 05:46 AM
No it is shwoing thesame output both in simulator and on the device.
I was unable to use connection factory earleir
pls help me,
01-21-2014 06:05 AM
That is not what I would expect, Simulator does not APN.
1) What have you changed that means you are not longer getting the time out problem you reported earlier?
2) Can you plase give us the complete URL you are using for your connection?
01-21-2014 06:46 AM
My url is same as earlier mentoned in
No Iam still getting the time out error or problem both on the device as well as the simulator/emulator.
01-21-2014 07:02 AM - edited 01-21-2014 07:25 AM
So why did you tell us it was the error reported in:
Can you use this URL in the Browser on the Simulator? Don't bother trying it in your code until you can. To get it working, make sure that you have the MDS Simulator going. You should be able to get at other publicly available URLs form the Browser in the SImulator, such as www.google.com
For the record, the URL is:
01-21-2014 07:28 AM
Start your Browser on the SImulator. Type in that URL, or another URL that should work, like www.google.com. Make sure that they work correctly.
We need to confirm that your Simulator can get to URLs like this before we continue.
01-21-2014 07:55 AM
My browser is not functioning on the simulator
but my browser is working on the devce.
Iam able to browse on the device like anyweb site like yahoo or google.com etc
01-21-2014 08:02 AM - edited 01-21-2014 08:03 AM
OK, we need to progress this one step at a time, and until you get your code working on the Simulator we will not try to get it working on device.
You will have to change the code to get it working on the device, and we will approach those changes once you have it working on the Simulator.
Make sure the MDS SImulator is working.
Now if you have the MDS Simulator working and there are not funny proxies involved in your environment, the Browser on the deice should be working. So confirm that the MDS Simulator is working. Then try to get the Browser working.
If it still doesn't work, find out if you have any proxies in use and then if you do, configure the MDS Simulator to match. Search the forum for documentation on doing this. In fact search the forum for assistance in getting your Simulator Browser working. You might also have to ask the people involved in setting up your network for assistance.
So to confirm, your next step is to get the Browser on the Simulator working. Until you get the Browser on the Simulator working, there is not point looking at other problems with your code.