11-04-2011 03:37 PM
11-04-2011 03:41 PM
11-04-2011 11:45 PM
Connecting to the network on BB is not as simple as we would all like it to be.
There are loads of places that document various aspects of this. I recommend that two network transports videos you will find if you search for network. You might find the KB articles referenced in this Thread useful too.
Look up the documentation for ConnectionFactory if you are running OS 5.0 or later too.
And you might find the two network related sticky Threads I started useful - see the links that are stuck at the top of the list of Threads.
Hopefully one of these will shed some light on our issue.
Come back for help if these are not appropriate or you have further questions.
11-05-2011 12:15 AM
@AMZDeCoder: Just on your "posting code" issue, when you clikc reply there is a icon that looks like a clipboard with a C on it (next to the one with the MS Word logo). Use that to post your code.
11-05-2011 01:04 AM
The thing is I want same application that works in Nokia to work in blackberry, is that not possible ??? Then I will give up on blackberry totally and remove it from my list of supported phones.
11-05-2011 08:13 AM
On some BlackBerry phones, you can just specify the URL and the branding on the phone for a BIS device, or the fact that it is BES connected on a BES device will route the connection appropriately. However in my experience, this does not work on all phones. In addition, you might then be using a connection that costs the user, depending on their data plan.
The way round this is to add a connection suffix, which specifies the actual network gateway your connection will be routed through. The first KB article that you were linked to describes the available connection suffixes.
But the short answer to your question is that the same application may not work on BlackBerry devices, or more specifically, your application may not be able to connect.
I guess this means goodbye......