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Old 07-24-2010, 03:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I cannot make a connection and send the data from my application which the device is running BES and without configured any APN in the device. I have already set the devideside=false when open the connection but it is still failed.

Is anyone know what is the problem?
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It could be a large number of things. I think we need more information, perhaps code samples, any error messages or exceptions displayed, etc.
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Could you let me know what I suppose to set for the connection?
Example:
Connector.open(url + ";deviside=true");

Is there anything I need to set if I want my application to connect using the BES connnection.
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Have a look at this video: Media Library
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Thanks hrbuckley.

I have already set the parameter "deviceside=false" as what the clip taught, but I have no luck, it is still not work.

Any other suggestion?
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I found another problem again. That is BIS connection.

Do you have any idea of how to configure the BIS connection so that I can send data through the BIS from my application?

From the clip that you sent me, it didn't mention how to configure it.
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Only that asking people to pull suggestions out of the air and then telling them you've tried that is an inherently inefficient way to debug software. If you followed the directions in the video, and it doesn't work we need more information to help you track down the failure.
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