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Change the default simulator for Visual Studi (asp .net project)

Hi,

 

I am using Visual Studio 2005 Plug-in to develop a BlackBerry browser (asp.net) application. I can setup BlackBerry as default browser in IDE. But i am not able to change the simulator. If i am using a MDS application project i am able to choose the simulator. But with ASP .Net web project i am not able to change the default simulator. I would like to choose different simulators and test my application. Please help.

 

thanks,

moorthi.

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Re: Change the default simulator for Visual Studi (asp .net project)

Before you can debug your web project using the BlackBerry® Browser, you must configure the debugging host.

Right-click the solution and select Browse With.

In the Browsers list, select BlackBerry Browser.

Select Set as default. Click Cancel.

When you start debugging, the debug session uses the BlackBerry Browser.

Sarim
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www.BlackBerryDeveloper.com
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Re: Change the default simulator for Visual Studi (asp .net project)

goto C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry VS8 Plugin\bin\skins

 

open skins.xml

 

change the simulator in the following line which can be found in the begining of the file.

 

<skins version="1.0" default="BlackBerry 8820 (4.5)">

 

this file will have all available simulators. change the model there

 

 

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Re: Change the default simulator for Visual Studi (asp .net project)

Also check out the new plug-in for Visual Studio v1.2 BETA where it will allow you to debug your JavaScript content from 4.6.0 and higher
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