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BlackBerry Connection Settings (In Eclipse)

 

Here is second part of HWC customization for BlackBerry. It will illustrate how we can keep the settings unchanged itself rather than passing from device each time.

 

Part I : Changing the HWC image and brandName

 

below is the connection settings screen in BlackBerry.

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Procedure:

 

1. Open CustomizationHelper.java file.

               HybridWebContainer>src>com.sybase.hwc

 

 

2. For server name:

 

    find the getDefaultConnectionServerName()  method.

 

 

public String getDefaultConnectionServerName() throws MessagingClientException

{

String property = (String)MessagingClientLib.getInstance().getConfigProperty( PropertyID.CONNECTION_SERVER_NAME );

 

property = “test.com”;

return property;

 

2. For Server Port:

 

    find the getDefaultConnectionServerPort()method.

 

public Integer getDefaultConnectionServerPort() throws MessagingClientException

 

{

Integer property = (Integer)MessagingClientLib.getInstance().getConfigPropert( PropertyID.CONNECTION_SERVER_PORT );

property = new Integer(443);

return property;

 

3. For Farm Id:

 

    find the getDefaultConnectionFarmId()method.

 

 

 

public String getDefaultConnectionFarmId() throws MessagingClientException

{

String property = (String)MessagingClientLib.getInstance().getConfigProperty( PropertyID.CONNECTION_FARM_ID );

property = “sup.test.msg”;

return property;

 

4. For HTTP/HTTPS protocol:

 

    find the isDefaultConnectionHTTPS()method.

 

public Boolean isDefaultConnectionHTTPS() throws MessagingClientException

{

Boolean property =(Boolean)MessagingClientLib.getInstance().getConfigProperty( PropertyID.CONNECTION_USE_HTTPS );

property = Boolean.TRUE;

return property;

 

 

4. For Registration Type (manual/automatic/Auto Afaria Cert):

 

    find the getDefaultConnectionRegistrationMethod()method.

 

 

public Integer getDefaultConnectionRegistrationMethod() throws MessagingClientException

{

Integer property =(Integer)MessagingClientLib.getInstance().getConfigProperty( PropertyID.CONNECTION_AUTO_REGISTRATION_HINT );

 

property = new Integer(1);

// If anonymous access is desired, the registration type must be Automatic.

 

if ( isAnonymous() )

{

 

// Value for “Automatic” registration, this exposes the “Password” field in settings UI

property = new Integer( 1 );

}

return property;

 

If integer value is 1, it corresponds to manual registration

If integer value is 2, it corresponds to automatic registration and so on.

 

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