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Old 04-05-2007, 07:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,
I wanna know is there any technical articles available on How to send and retrieve data using BIS and BES.. I wanna to communicate thro BIS and BES. Is there any possibility to use direct socket connection..
Bcoz for me direct socket connection is not supported and i wanna overcome this..
Waiting for suggestions..
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Hi,

First it depends on what kind of connection.

I believe that with http it will be more easy and straight. Perhaps you'll
have to handle proxies.

TCP socket connection with bes have three use case.
First you have an adequat data plan which allows a direct tcp connection. Problem with that (in us) is that this data plan could be expensive.
conn=(StreamConnection)Connector.open("socket://testserver:600;deviceside=true");
Second solution (whithout the data plan) your server is on the same network than your bes/mds so that goes straight.
Third solution (whithout the data plan) your server is in another network so you need to ask your admins to open connections.
You need to use the following connection:
conn=(StreamConnection)Connector.open("socket://testserver:600;deviceside=false");
perhaps your admin will need to provide some authorization (Use of persistent socket) I'm currently looking into that so this info is not 100% reliable.


please notice the particularity of socket connection where you wants to add "deviceside" parameter.
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Hi,
Thanx for ur reply... But seems like my carrier blocks it somehow. Im on BES .. Any suggestion to overcome this ..
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