07-24-2009 02:58 PM
I have Win 2k3
I have Visual Studio Team System 2008 (Version 9.0.30719.1 SP)
And Microsoft .NET Framework Version 3.5 SP1)
I installed Email/MDS thingy (BlackBerry_Email_MDS_184.108.40.206.exe)
I installed BlackBerry Bold (8900-Rogers) Emulator (BlackBerry_Simulators_220.127.116.11_8900-Rogers.exe).
I installed the visual studio plugin (vs_plugin.17.exe)
I run Start Menu\Programs\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Email and MDS Services Simulators 4.1.2\MDS.lnk
I start Visual studio
I click new web site (just have default.aspx) and then i go to right click solution and dont see "Browse With"
In visual studio I found: "Tools"->"Options" I see Blackberry node (Set default ASP.NET simulator as: Blackberry 9000)
Then I tried to open the BlackBerry emulator hit my page and then I wanted to click "Attach to Process"
but I know which process to attach to.
What Am I missing?
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-25-2009 07:58 AM
It looks like you installed a few too many things
The Visual Studio plugin (v1.2) includes a Bold simulator and an MDS simulator. When you do a browse with or a debug, it will launch its packged MDS simulator. I believe you will get a port conflict.
Make sure you don't have your separately downloaded MDS simulator running before using the tool. For the Beta version it only supports the Bold simulator that is packaged with the tool. The RTM version will have support to detect other simulators.
Take a look in the Known Issues list to see if you can find a resolution to your issue http://na.blackberry.com/eng/support/docs/subcateg
Also try creating a web application v.s. a web site. If I remember correctly there was a known issue around only supporting one in the Beta.
RTM should be coming very soon with lots of fixes and new functionality!!
07-27-2009 03:29 PM
Ah WebSite it works for. WebApplication it does not work for.
The instructions are also incorrect. You should not right click on the solution and click "Browse with" you should click on the Project and click "Browse with"
Thanks tneil :-)