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07-26-2010 11:00 AM
@sblantipodi - but the poster is not trying to use BIS-B!
@OP - what exception do you get?
I'm guessing it is a tunnel failure. If so, we need to know what carrier you are using.
07-27-2010 02:46 AM - edited 07-27-2010 02:55 AM
i got a tunnel failure exception , Yes i am not using BISB so dont have any other way except to use BISB?.
I want to config with APN but i dont know how to do, on my blackberry i see
this info APN: epc.tmobile.com
username/password for APN (so what is username or pass for APN)?
07-27-2010 04:51 AM
In Italy and in much other countries 90% of BB users got a BISB data plan, other 10% got BES.
If you don't use BISB you loose the 90% of the customers with BIS data plan since there is no wap2 here and direct TCP means to hardcode all APN (that is impossible and unmanageble)...
Think that you can hardcode APN to use directTCP, no one will use your software since every connection will be out of data plan and sending a simple email will cost more than 1 euros, just to make you an example.
07-27-2010 05:09 AM
@sblantipodi - your position regarding BIS-B known and understood, and you have provided a reference to it in this Thread. Going on about it does not help this poster. Please can you use your time to provide the poster with some assistance that is going to help and is not just repetition of information that the poster has already been made aware of.
@tramntn - Please tell us the carrier that you are using and we may be able to find APN information for you and tell you how to use it.
With respect to the 301, here is a page that explains that response code:
In brief it means that the URL you have been given is no longer correct, but the Server has replied with the correct URL - the HttpProtocolConstants.HEADER_LOCATION header in the response should tell you where to go for the real URL.
I'm surprised that you are getting a redirect using WiFi and not using the Simulator, if the devices are on the same network.