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Internet Connectivity on Android Simulator

Hi,

I am trying to connect Salesforce CRM with Sybase unwired platform. While trying to make a call to Salesforce and fetch the data into android simulator i am getting a server timeout exception. It seems like the simulator does not have a internet connectivity.

These are the steps i followed.

1. I am able to create a webservice using the WSDL in SUP 2.1.3

2. Created a MBO from a service and deployed it on the server.

3. Created a Mobile workflow using the MBO and deployed it on server.

4. The Workflow is a client initiated one, so when i click on the menu item its trying to fetch the data and gives a server timeout exception.

Can you please suggest how can i make it work?

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    Posted on May 27, 2013 at 05:01 AM

    Can you try connecting to the same url using your Simulator's Browser Application. That will be a quick test to know if your simulator can reach the server or not ? If you can, then please check the VPN properties, how they work when you enable them on the computer. I'm aware of environments, where the VPN blocks emulator's internet access, but the computer on which it is running can totally access the internet.

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    Posted on May 27, 2013 at 10:30 AM

    Internet has to work on android simulator .you can open any default browser present in simulator and try browsing the net .if that does not work it could well be your problem.check LAN connection being used by simulator .

    Apart from this you can try resetting simulator , like in iOS one has option to reset the simulator which deletes everything and resets it to its original state.

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