BlackBerry push notification properties enable the server to send notifications to BlackBerry devices using Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES).
|Enabled||Enables notifications to the device if the device is offline. This feature sends a push notification over an IP connection only long enough to complete the Send/Receive data exchange. BlackBerry Push notifications overcome issues with always-on connectivity and battery life consumption over wireless networks. Acceptable values: true (enabled) and false (disabled). If this setting is false, all other related settings are ignored. Default: true|
|BES Push Listener Port||The listener port for BES notifications. The port is discovered and set by the client, and is read-only on the server.|
|Device PIN||Every Blackberry device has a unique permanent PIN. During initial connection and settings exchange, the device sends this information to the server. SAP Mobile Server uses this PIN to address the device when sending notifications, by sending messages through the BES/MDS using an address such as: Device="Device PIN" + Port="Push Listener port". Default: 0|