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var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
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hosting a BlackBerry app
I am planning on writing a very simple BlackBerry app as a learning exercise. I want to put it on my website and download to my BlackBerry which is what a typical user would do.
On reading http://www.blackberry.com/btsc/searc...rnalId=KB17084 , I am confused about the part which says
Does my webhost have to do something special?
Note: The provisioning server and web server set the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type for JAD files to text/vnd.sun.j2me.app-descriptor. The web server sets the MIME type for COD files to application/vnd.rim.cod.
Do I have to do something special?
Yes, you will have to set that MIME type. More likely than not, you'll be able to take care of this yourself. Who are you hosted with?
The website I am thinking of using is with Fluid Hosting.
So, I would need to add the MIME types using the control panel?
@ieee488: give google a chance
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Thanks for that link!
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I had tried Googling on deploy BlackBerry App and came up with a bunch of links including the one I included earlier.
Sometimes with Google, a single word makes all the difference.
Your link was found if I Googled on BlackBerry OTA app; the keyword being OTA.
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