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How will mi client gets a Device ID

Hello All,

I am configuring my setting in mi client but i can't get my device id , will any one tell me the <b>importance and how i can able to get this id.</b>

thanks and regard,

Venu

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 07:52 AM

    hi VenuGopal,

    The device id is given by the MI Server upon successful synchronization with the server.

    to get a device id, do the follwoing

    1. start the MI Client from your Desktop shortcut (not from your NWDS).

    2. Logon with the existing user (or a new User). This user must exist in the Middleware (MI Server).

    3. Click on the synchronize button (if AWT Client) or the icon (in the case of Tomcat runtime).

    4. Enter the WebAS password for the user. This is the sync password.

    5. On successful synchronization you get a device id.

    I'm saying these steps assuming you've configured your MI Server according the respective configuration guide available from the service market place.

    Regards

    Ak.

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      hi VenuGopal,

      Pl. confirm the following.

      1. User VENU exists in Middleware

      2. Your Middle ware is configured for Mobile Infrastructure using the installation guide that can be found in service market place.

      Regards

      Ak.

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 04:29 PM

    Hello. You may have to run transaction MEREP_PD in the middleware. Please see the thread:

    Received empty inbound container file for user

    Also, make sure that the user on the middleware has S_ME_SYNC authorization.

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