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    Could not find service book entry for IPPP... Connection failed...

    Ummm what is this?... LOL

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    Re: java.io.IOException error

    Try resending service books for browsing via your BIS login

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    Re: java.io.IOException error

    follow these instuctions whatever application your using you have to go to the preference screen and check the box that says disable mds proxy then restart that application twice

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    Re: java.io.IOException error

    Thanks guys, you are truly the best... it works now

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    Re: java.io.IOException error

    BBSpell

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    Re: java.io.IOException error

    that solution i provided works with almost all ippp errors

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    Re: java.io.IOException error

    good to know for the future... thank you!!!

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    Re: java.io.IOException error

    glad to help stacey

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    Re: java.io.IOException error

    This is a 'new' question but directly related to the thread title
    so I thought I would post it here.

    I'm having a very specific problem regarding the same
    "Cannot find a service book entry for IPPP".

    Here's the scenario.

    Brand new BB 8320 from Verizon.
    Only ONE Browser onboard and it is the
    regular BlackBerry Browser.

    It works perfectly. Can surf anywhere on
    the Web, no problems.

    Now... I installed a 'do nothing' version of the
    httpfilterdemo from the RIM 4.2.1 JDE which is
    fully compiled, signed and "Ready to go".

    It installs with no problems and does, in fact,
    get called the moment the BlackBerry Browser
    tries to navigate to a specific domain which
    has been registered along with the HTTP filter.

    ALL you are supposed to do inside the filter is
    wait for the regular browser to call a function named
    'openFilter()' inside your code and, when it does, ALL
    you are supposed to do is call 'Connector.open()'
    with the exact same URL and parameters being passed
    into the 'openFilter()' call.

    You are not supposed to change a thing nor are you
    supposed to even monkey with any of the parameters
    being passed because those are the ones the BlackBerry
    Browser would be using for it's own 'Connector.open()'
    call whether your HTTP filter was there or not.

    So that's all I do. I call 'Connector.open()' with the exact
    same parameters that the browser would normally use.

    All that happens then is that a sub-level component called
    'HTTPStackAdapter' stikes an error to the on-device Event
    Log that says this...

    HTTPStackAdapter: java.io.IOException: Could not find a service book for IPPP

    The standard 'IPPP for BIBS' Service book IS THERE on the
    device already and it DOES appear to be already filled with
    valid information and a complete Host Routing Table.

    So what gives?

    If everthing is fine when the BlackBerry browser calls Connector.open()
    then why shouldn't the HTTP filter be just fine and dandy as well since,
    at that point, it is essentially just a part of the browser itself and is
    doing nothing different than would normally happen when the browser
    itself calls Connector.open()?

    Is it somehow that the "Module handle" of the filter is different at
    that moment and so there is some relation between which Module
    Handles are allowed to use certain Service Books?

    How do you get rid of the 'Could not find a service book for IPPP'
    message when there already seems to be a valid 'IPPP for BIBS'
    Service book onboard and already working for the Browser itself?

    Any thoughts?
    Does this ring any bells with anyone?
    bbguy1

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