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Android RIVA Client: taRiva
#41
Just to confirm, this is the template being referenced (If I packaged it correctly) it is purely a static text field.
-Ben


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#42
What could I be missing? I've loaded v.15 onto my DroidX. I've created a new DroidX user and it is set to load a simply template with one static text field. It has no background and is not transparent.

I've set the Droid Configuration to point to 192.168.1.2 (which is my CQC server address) and inputed the DroidX user name and password. Yet the screen simply sits at the white CQC initial screen and doesn't seem to do anything. I checked the Admin Interface, and there is no RIVA license being used, so I know it is not connected.

Anything else? I've connected other RIVA clients to this server before, so I know the firewall, etc is all set up to accept a user (actually the firewall is turned off).

EDIT - If I change the address to http://whs/ (the actual server name) the application will crash/close out. Perhaps that is better? At least it is a sign of life
Brian - a long time user that rarely messes with the system now
Other systems used:
SageTV w/ cablecard tuner & multiple extenders for viewing
BlueIris and IP cameras for CCTV
Incredible PBX for home phone
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#43
Is the license screen still showing number of licenses used? Unless you are on an older version, that's bogus and should have been removed because there's no such info anymore in the latest version. If you aren't on the latest version, you probably should be since plenty of improvements and such to the RIVA stuff was done since then.
Dean Roddey
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#44
Well, I am using the RIVA version 2.0 protocol, so if you have an old version, that could be a problem... Otherwise, post or send me the Log collector results or such...
Field Generator 0.65: Create CQC fields on the fly, from external applications.
Mobile templates 0.4: Main resolution of 320x480 with navigation side bars (384x544).
Sage Media Server 1.1.3 + Sage Player 2.7.8: Display and manipulate SageTV information or player.
TaRIVA 1.26: Android RIVA client.
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#45
Yeh, the server is backwards compatible, but not forward compatible. Not that it would matter much in so far. The differences are almost all from the server to the client in the form of messages that the client would likely just ignore. However, it probably will reject a login with any protocol version higher than it understands.
Dean Roddey
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#46
OK - I'm still on 3.3 I think, so I'll upgrade to the latest version and test again.
Brian - a long time user that rarely messes with the system now
Other systems used:
SageTV w/ cablecard tuner & multiple extenders for viewing
BlueIris and IP cameras for CCTV
Incredible PBX for home phone
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#47
Dean Roddey Wrote:I thought you meant it just happens on the initial load of the template, right?
Actually, I have only been testing templates with mostly static text, so I'm not sure. Wink

Any idea what that CQC error means? Wink

Code:
Got packet sequence number 9, but expected 9
Field Generator 0.65: Create CQC fields on the fly, from external applications.
Mobile templates 0.4: Main resolution of 320x480 with navigation side bars (384x544).
Sage Media Server 1.1.3 + Sage Player 2.7.8: Display and manipulate SageTV information or player.
TaRIVA 1.26: Android RIVA client.
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#48
Oops, that error is probably being logged after the expected sequence number was incremented. So it probably really means got 9 and expected 8. I'll look at that. Or it could be the other way, it got 9 an expected 10, depending on which way the error went.
Dean Roddey
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#49
Actually, I think I got the other versions too, as I wasn't resetting the Sequence ID when the connection was dropped/reset. That most likely lead to some strange states... Wink
Field Generator 0.65: Create CQC fields on the fly, from external applications.
Mobile templates 0.4: Main resolution of 320x480 with navigation side bars (384x544).
Sage Media Server 1.1.3 + Sage Player 2.7.8: Display and manipulate SageTV information or player.
TaRIVA 1.26: Android RIVA client.
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#50
sic0048 Wrote:OK - I'm still on 3.3 I think, so I'll upgrade to the latest version and test again.
Also make sure to grab taRIVA .18 (or newer), as I've fixed a few issues.
Field Generator 0.65: Create CQC fields on the fly, from external applications.
Mobile templates 0.4: Main resolution of 320x480 with navigation side bars (384x544).
Sage Media Server 1.1.3 + Sage Player 2.7.8: Display and manipulate SageTV information or player.
TaRIVA 1.26: Android RIVA client.
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