PowerShell & BlackBerry Web Services (Part 4 – Coding)

As a summary, in Part 1, we did the necessary prep work.  In Part 2, we looked at the way that we could load the types generated from the BlackBerry Web Services.  In Part 3, we went over the pseudocode that was provided by Research In Motion. Here in Part 4, we’re actually going to … Read more

PowerShell & BlackBerry Web Services (Part 3 – Pseudocode)

In Part 1 of this series, we created a few files that are necessary to use the BlackBerry Web Services extensions.  In Part 2, I showed you how to load them into PowerShell.  Here in Part 3, we’ll be converting the C# sample code published by Research In Motion to PowerShell. A note about SSL: … Read more

PowerShell & BlackBerry Web Services (Part 2 – Loading)

In my previous post (here), I ran through the process of downloading and creating your own C# file and then compiling that into a DLL for use with BlackBerry’s Web Services (version 5.0.3+). After that work, you now have yourself a BesProxy.cs and a BesProxy.dll file that you can use to create the objects for … Read more

PowerShell & BlackBerry Web Services (Part 1 – Preparation)

UPDATE: I’ve made an update to this posting for BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10.1. See the posting here. If anyone is running BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0.3 or later, you should be aware that the new web front end also includes what Research in Motion is calling “BlackBerry Web Services.” This allows you to use Java (ew), … Read more

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