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Old 12-23-2010, 12:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi..

Please help me out...

I am working on the application where i have my server, which stores a certain information. The blackberry device need to run the client application again and again to get the updated information from (my)server....

So know i need to set the notification for the device..... means....

when new information are added to server the server should be in position to send the notification to blackberry device and blackberry device should be in the position to receive and store the data persistent....

I had a search for blackberry push service ....
But i am bit confuse ..... Where does actual BES and BIS play role...

I have fill the registration form and waiting for rim reply...

But don't know do we really require to register application with rim..

please can any one give me simple steps to have notification on blackberry device from server (my server)....

It will be good if explain me with code....

1) server side is in php....
2) client side (normal blackberry api)....

Thanks ......
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Old 12-23-2010, 09:26 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The BES and BIS servers do the actual pushing to the device. If your company has a BES, or you are writing the application for companies that will have a BES then you do not need to register with rim. There is a very good description of using a BES to push at this site. The server code is in Perl, not PHP

If you won't have access to a BES then you will have to push through the BIS and will require registration with RIM. When you register you will be given access to sample server and client applications. The server apps run under Apache Tomcat, but if you want to use PHP there is a sample program here.
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Old 12-23-2010, 11:13 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Ye thanks for the reply...

I have been conform that i need to register with the rim and also thanks for the php code...

I have register my application with rim. But nearly 12 hrs has been past i haven't receive any reply from rim ie... no application id, nor port number nothing...

That's why i cannot understand what to do further....

One BIG thing....

Can you provide me client side code required to send from device to blackberry server......

Because i have read that if application is register on rim the device should also

provide the information to rim server at once with the application id and pin number...

Is it true...? if yes please help me with code as well....

thanks....
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Old 12-24-2010, 12:52 AM   #4 (permalink)
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It may take a number of days to get your registration from RIM. When you registered you should have gotten a link to sample code that includes the server, and client side applications.
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Thanks for the reply... really feels good....

The think is...

when i submitted the form i got the page from the rim that... "Your request has been

successfully done and will reply in 2 days business hrs..." and i didn't find any link

that would provide me any code for server as well as client side on that page.

If by mistake i have missed it please can you provide me the link for the server and client side code....

so i can understand what should i do further when i receive application id from rim..

Thanks...

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Old 12-24-2010, 12:41 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Sorry, I don't have the link any more.
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Old 12-26-2010, 05:53 PM   #7 (permalink)
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You do realize unless you set up a full commercial BES service and use a carrier to forward the emails from the server you cannot directly connect the BB to your server.
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BES to carrier to RIM to carrier to BB.

BIS( carrier) to RIM to carrier to BB.
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Really thanks...tsac...and hrbuckley

I have read the flow of push service notification from blackberry site and got it...

I have register the application form 3 days before ..... still i didn't got any reply from RIM for application id..............

where should i contact RIM for that....... do they provide any email so that i can tell them my status.... because the notification is the last thing remaing in my project..... and need to finished fast....
please do reply ...........
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This belongs in the Developer Section.
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Old 12-27-2010, 03:47 AM   #10 (permalink)
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ok sry for that dc/dc and thanks for guiding me....

it is my first time ... next time i will take care of it.....

please, did you find any solution for the above problem....

thanks...
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