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Old 11-09-2007, 04:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Anyone heard of ";deiceside=false;ConnectionType=mds-public" ????

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After struggeling with APN settings I came across ;"deviceside=false;ConnectionType=mds-public"

This seems to open a tcp conenction using the MDS on the carriers BIS server.

I have tested this on an 8800 on the O2 network in the UK.

This seems to be an "un-documented" setting, as I cant seem to find any mention in on blackberry.com and the post in the developer fourm where I found this originally seems to have been removed !!

Has anyone had success with this ??
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Old 11-11-2007, 01:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Check javax.microedition.io.Connector java doc in JDE API, you'll find all you need to know.
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You should search a bit more.. theres a topic still around which covers that..
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Found the link.. in case your search habits arent that good..
Create Connector over BIS
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Found the link.. in case your search habits arent that good..
Create Connector over BIS
You do realize that the connection type newbie100 mentions in the first post is different (perhaps not in functionality but at least in form) to the connection type you have linked to in your post.

Which makes it an interesting and relevant find in my books.
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Found the link.. in case your search habits arent that good..
Create Connector over BIS

Hi, Thanks for the info. Its not my search habits, but finding the right keywords thats a problem
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You do realize that the connection type newbie100 mentions in the first post is different (perhaps not in functionality but at least in form) to the connection type you have linked to in your post.

Which makes it an interesting and relevant find in my books.
Yes i did saw it was different.. maybe he made up?? cuz that method explained on that post worked for me.. and does exactly what he is looking (get access to http/sockets thru bisb)
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deviceside=true means u have direct TCP connection
deviceside=false means u are connection to some URL through MDS

ConnectionType=mds-public tell that u are using BIS not BES
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