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Old 12-10-2007, 03:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have some questions about blackberry's actually alot of questions anyone willing to sit through with me and explain some things? We are trying to connect to Ebusiness with the blackberry also trying to get to some Lotus Notes databases via the blackberry also does BES run on a linux platform?
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First, I suggest you read the FAQ and check out the BES Admin section. Not sure if your questions will be answered, but you might get some good info. There are some realy sharp BES experts on here and one shoudl be around to help soon.
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your soon and my soon differ quite a bit
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I have some questions about blackberry's actually alot of questions anyone willing to sit through with me and explain some things? We are trying to connect to Ebusiness with the blackberry also trying to get to some Lotus Notes databases via the blackberry also does BES run on a linux platform?
What's Ebusiness?
You can't get Lotus Notes databases on a BlackBerry.
You can't run BES on Linux.

You should visit blackberryfaq.com for general Blackberry info.
If you have more specific questions... ask them.

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Ok so that was my initial question can you run BES on Linux thanks for the answer. Oracle E-Business Suite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This should explain the Ebusiness we are running. I should had specified Oracle sorry about that. I am guessing Ebuisness is its own web service that is ran when going to the ebusiness link via our company portal. Sorry for sounding noobish but i just started the job and im at entry level so im trying here.

Also there is no way to get access to the databases stored on a lotus domino server on your blackberry? If thats the case i should become a developer for blackberry and make that happen
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A smart @#$ answer won't get you anywhere with me. Sorry.
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Welcome to the forums vandelin
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i wasn't trying to be a smart @$$ i was just messing around i been to many forums i know the rules or the ideas sort of speak i totally forgot about this forum and i got an email about it today so ..... well. i remembered and i just looked at the last post and the date and i was like well its the next year lol <------- i wasn't being smart there either im just tryin to make people smmile when they read a noobie post like mine


But i will definitely keep in mind when coming to this forum
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I think that all of the above suggestions are cute and cudly.
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best bet is to read the blackberryfaq.com site. After that use the search function here in the forums to see if your question, or one like it, has been answered before. If it hasnt been, or you are unsure of the answer, go ahead and post in this thread (or create *one* in the appropriate forum here on the board. as soon as someone gets a chance they will respond to it and hopefully answer your question. keep in mind this can be anywhere from minutes to hours to days depending on others schedules
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I've got Lotus application on my laptop and can synch using Desktop manager between my Blackberry and Lotus, no problem
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Welcome to the group, vandelin!

I got your joke. And as the others have already said, to get the most out of the forums, it's best to use descriptive titles and post in the appropriate forum. Break up questions into individual posts if necessary.

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I've got Lotus application on my laptop and can synch using Desktop manager between my Blackberry and Lotus, no problem

Well this is the idea of blackberry's we got this to work but we want to be able to get to the databases created within in Lotus notes. I dont know how else to explain this but when you are in lotus notes on a desktop say you can get to these created databases. We can get mail and sync up with our current lotus notes account such as getting mail and getting contact updates etc. But we were trying to get to the databases that were created on the Lotus domino server that we can get to when on our desktop in the lotus client. We had a meeting with RIM about this issue and others i will read my notes and see what was the end result. In conclusion the company wants to turn their laptops into blackberry's <------- or however you would put that i will check my notes and see what the results were i was just trying to see if anyone has got to access databases through their blackberry. I know you can VPN in to your network also but i read that since the BES server is in the internal network already in theory it is VPN already but just trying to get a straight answer
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Well this is the idea of blackberry's we got this to work but we want to be able to get to the databases created within in Lotus notes.
Like I said earlier... you can't.
Even with BES for Domino... you still can't access Lotus Notes databases on the Blackberry.
The BlackBerry is not a Lotus Notes client, nor can it act like one.

Your only possible option would be if the Lotus Notes database was accessible via web browser. Even then, it would have to be compatible with the BlackBerry browser.
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