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Hi all i'm new here. My problem is everytime i try too watch a video on my blackberry via the browser, i keep getting the error HTTP Error 413: Request Enitity Too Large. I've heard this is too do with a maximum KB or something set in the settings? i'm confused.

Is there any way anyone can help me get this fixed?

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Default Re: error HTTP Error 413: Request Enitity Too Large means?

this is a limit set by the service. If your on a corporate server you may not be able to get a change but maybe possible if you ask.

Bottom line is the file is too big for downloading.


When attempting to browse to a web page using the BlackBerry® Browser, the BlackBerry smartphone user receives the following error message:

HTTP error 413 request entity too large

This indicates that the web page is too large to be accessed.

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Environment

BlackBerry® Enterprise Server 4.1 to 5.0 SP2
BlackBerry smartphones
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Cause

The maximum data amount permitted per connection setting in the BlackBerry® Mobile Data System (BlackBerry MDS) Connection Service is set to a lower allowable kilobyte level than required by the web page requested by the BlackBerry smartphone user.

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Resolution

Change the value of the maximum data amount permitted per connection setting by completing the following steps:

BlackBerry Enterprise Server 4.1

Open BlackBerry Manager.
On the left pane, click MDS-CS service.
On the right pane, click Edit Properties.
In the General section, click Flow Control.
Change the Maximum KB/Connection field from the default setting of 256Kb to 1024kb.
Restart the BlackBerry MDS Connection Service to enable the settings to take effect.
BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0

Open the BlackBerry Administration web site.
On the left pane, under BlackBerry Solution topology, expand the BlackBerry Domain menu.
Under the Component View, expand the MDS Connection Service, and then click the name of the MDS-CS service.
On the right pane, click General.
In the General section, select Edit Instances at the bottom of the page.
Change the Maximum data amount permitted per connection (KB) field from the default of 1024kb to a value greater than the size of the page that is being requested.
At the bottom of the page, click Save all.
Restart the BlackBerry MDS Connection Service to enable the settings to take effect.

Workaround

Configure the BlackBerry Internet Browser as the default browser on the BlackBerry smartphone.

Additional Information

Note: The size specified in this field can impact BlackBerry smartphone users when it is set to greater than the memory available on the BlackBerry smartphone. The default value of 1024kb is the suggested size for browsing.

In BlackBerry MDS Connection Service flow control settings, the maximum data amount permitted per connection (KB) for BlackBerry Enterprise Server 4.1 SP6 is 1024 KB or 1 MB.

In BlackBerry MDS Connection Service flow control settings, the maximum data amount permitted per connection (KB) for BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 is 10240 KB or 10 MB.
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