PAP push format
Your server-side push initiator can use the PAP push format to send a push request to the PPG. A push request allows you to push content to the specified recipients. A PAP push request is a MIME multipart message that contains a PAP control entity, which defines the delivery parameters, and the data to be pushed.
You send the request as an HTTPS POST request to the PPG. The HTTPS POST request must use the following format:
POST https://cp<CPID>.<HOST>/<PATH><Authorization _Header><PAP_Message>
The variables in the request contain the following information:
- The content provider ID that you received from BlackBerry.
The evaluation or production URL that you received from BlackBerry. This evaluation URL uses the following format:
The production URL uses the following format:
- The constant path, /mss/PD_pushRequest, which must be appended to the <HOST> URL.
- <Authorization Header>
- The authorization header for a push request. For more information about creating this header, see Adding an authorization header to the push request.
- <PAP Message>
- The multipart message with the PAP control entity and data. For more information about creating this message, see Creating a PAP push message.
Elements of a PAP push message
Last modified: 2015-07-24