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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

bbmsp_request_events(0) succeeds but bbmsp_register fails.
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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

tried different UUID? I'll be able to confirm whether it works on the latest build a bit later today. Have to admit I used it on previous software but I guess lots of people would be screaming by now if the problem existed.

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

hah... I can confirm that on device with latest release it fails! But I am sure it worked with previous release. Can somebody from RIM comment please ?

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

Thanks for the confirmation.

 

This is very bad as the deadline for the 10K commitment is closing in.

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

Sorry for confusion but I get not -1 but 1 (as expected).

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

So the docs are outdated (so is the sample doc in the API doc).

 

If it's done asynchronously, how does one know if registration is successful?

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

I read that a few times. But the sample code doesn't work (since it doesn't check for BBMSP_ASYNC as a possible return code). Smiley Happy

Anyway, I think I've got it through the BBMSP events.

But now, calling bbmsp_send_download_invitation doesn't do anything. The function returns success but no window pops up.
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