I'm working on a web page that will be viewed on a blackberry (to start with). On the page I need to be able to add calendar events to the user's blackberry calendar or add new contact records to their contact list.
I've found the api on RIM's site that would allow this [URL] but I have no how to incorporate it into an asp.net page.
I got an application to support, it's an asp.net web project, on the 1.1 dot.net framework.It's all ok, with the application, when it runs on web brownsers, and when I try run it from inside a blackberry mobile phone it runs ok too, except when I try to execute an Response.Redirect("some_page_of_my_app.aspx").It always goes to the default page (login page), and ask for login again, and I never can do a redirect.
I got an application to support, it's an asp.net web project, on the 1.1 dot.net framework.
It's all ok, with the application, when it runs on web brownsers, and when I try run it from inside a blackberry mobile phone it runs ok too, except when I try to execute an Response.Redirect("some_page_of_my_app.aspx").
It always goes to the default page (login page), and ask for login again, and I never can do a redirect.Is there someone that have any idea what the problem about that?
Our web application can be reached from Blackberry, but when we try to open https, blackberry fails. bytheway, we followed the instructions on http://roopeshreddy.wordpress.com/2010/10/25/developing-web-applications-for-blackberry-mobiles-using-microsoft-asp-net
I have a asp.net (3.5) small website i created and uploaded to our server, which can be viewed on all browsers (firefox, ie, chrome) but every time i try to use my blackberry to view it I get a http 500 internal server error.
Mobile web is no longer supported in latest version of Visual Studio. Please do following with Vs2008 or VS2010
- Create standard ASP.NET website with standard "Web Forms"
- Design the content of web forms for your mobile pages based on device family that are going to access your website. For e.g. iPhone, Andriod
- Add a detector process, which detects from where request is coming. If it is mobile than redirect user to mobile optimized pages.
- Different mobile has different capabilities (e.g screen size, image support, html support, xhtml support etc.). So it is very important that you know what type of device is trying to access your website and accordingly render required HTML/XHTML supported by the mobile device. [URL] So I have a basic website with .aspx pages. When they are on a blackberry the words wrap on top of the second line over the TEXTBOXES. Is there a basic place that can tell me how to fix this? Or what to use in the place of the CSS that are causing this on the blackberry devices?
I tried to use the asp.net fileupload control for uploading a picture or music file, from blackberry device to server. But, What happened is ; the file is uploaded , ie, the file is created with 0 bytes in it. That is, file is actually not uploaded. Since blackberry browser doesn't support other fileformats, the device contains only .png & .m4a fileformats in its samples. I have used these sample in blackberry for uploading. The same has occured in the case of .m4a files also... Why is it so...? One more thing... The blackberry browser which I am refering here is the blackberry browser simulator, bold 9700.
So I created a site optimized to be rendered in a mobile device. I set the Width Site is looking good on Blackberry of my <DIV> tags to be about 300px, for the most part, to account for the reduced screen size. However, the IPhone Safari browser renders this to the screen extremely small, and I can only assume that it's automatically reducing the size of the html accordingly to fit the device. Again, Blackberry does not do this.
I have a webpage with an asp.net 2.0 upload file control, it works on Windows, but not in the IPad/IPhone, the textbox of the upload control has disappeared, and the button of the upload control is disabled.
I'm having one problem in mobile website using jquery.
wanted to know what is the easiest way to interface a mobile phone device with an online system. I have literally NO knowledge in this domain. However, I am brainstorming on possibility of an online application that will allow me to backup my data in nokia set 3110 such as my Address book in the application and restore it. This I want to achieve without connecting my phone to any PC. I am thinking on some way to achieve this by leveraging mobile phone line only. I beleive it may require my application to connect to mobile phone through mobile phone network. Currently my mobile phone line subscriber is offering Address Book backup/ restore service with some charge. I want to see if I can replicate similar features. I would really appreciate if you can give a direction to my random thoughts.If anything is not clear then please feel free to inquire. I look forward to your kind response.
I'm developing an asp.net web site to work on mobile devices. Is going ok and works fine with android and iphone. I've no got around to testing it with blackberry in my balcberry curve. When i first tried everything looked good b ut then i noticed that some od the autopost back on dropdowns etc did not work. Some research time later i turn out out that by default that blackberries do not support this and that I need a Blackberr.browser file to allow that type of functionality to work. I following this link...http://www.codeproject.com/KB/aspnet/BlackberryASPNET.aspxAfter doing this my blakberry will not load the site at all, i just get connection timeouts. So i tried removing the blackberry.browser file, read loading the assembley in an attempt to get back to where is was, but still the site will not connect. I've refreshed iis, recycled app pools and even rebooted. I have a QA site on another box that the blackberry will connect to, but my development machine it does not like anymore
I'm currently intigrating with the SagePay merchant gateway and I'm come accross a little problem. I have a reg form that gets all the information I need to send to SagePay together. To split the reg form up into manageable chunks I've used an asp:Wizard control. So, In the final step of my wizard control I need to post the values off to sage. It's quite frustrating that I can't just substitute inishDestinationPageUrl="" for something like FinishDestinationPostBackUrl="" because that's what I need to do and would rather expect it to be that easy.