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Old 11-24-2009, 06:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All,

Am thinking of the application like the processing is done in the local server and the output displayed on the device.

can this application is possible to develop. please help me.


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You need to ask a better question.
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In what ways i can communicate with server.
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HTTP. See the HTTPDemo application that ships with the JDE.
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thanks for the replay.

U have any idea about RMI(remote method invocation) in blackberry.

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No - you'll need to use web services instead. Look at KSOAP (4.5 and lower) and/or JSR172.
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A simple way to get up and running is to use PHP as the server with QCubed ORM objects:

Code:
<?
require('../../../qcubed/wwwroot/includes/prepend.inc.php');
 
$server = new SoapServer(null, array('uri' => "urn:keyringlabs.com"));
$server->addFunction("login");
$server->handle();
 
function login($email, $pass) {
	if (strlen($email) == 0) {
		return Array('serviceToken' => '');
	} elseif (strlen($pass) == 0) {
		return Array('serviceToken' => '');
	} else {
		$objMerchant = Merchant::LoadByEmailPassword($email, $pass);
		if ($objMerchant == null || $objMerchant->Id < 1) {
			return Array('serviceToken' => '');
		} else {
			$key = uniqid();
			$objSess = new Merchantsessions();
			$objSess->MerchantID = $objMerchant->Id;
			$objSess->ServiceToken = $key;
			$objSess->Save();
		}
	}
 
	$result = Array('serviceToken' => $key);
	return $result;
}
 
 
?>
Note that for real applications the password should be encrypted which requires a bit more work...
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