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The PPG URL for push needs to be http not https. #424

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merged manually, it will go out with the next release (timelines TBD, in heavy discussions right now)

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Commits on Dec 21, 2012
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  1. +3 −3 api/blackberry_push_PushService.js
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6 api/blackberry_push_PushService.js
@@ -49,8 +49,8 @@ blackberry.push.PushService = {};
* (in which case a unique one will be generated for you under the covers) or specifying a unique value of your choosing (this second option is useful if you plan
* to subscribe with the Push Initiator in your application).
* @param {String} [options.ppgUrl] The PPG URL to register with. If writing a consumer application, you will be provided with this URL after registering to
-* use the public/BIS PPG push service. The URL will point to either the eval or the production environment (for eval, https://cp{cpid}.pushapi.eval.blackberry.com;
-* for production, https://cp{cpid}.pushapi.na.blackberry.com where {cpid} is replaced with your content provider ID). If writing an enterprise application,
+* use the public/BIS PPG push service. The URL will point to either the eval or the production environment (for eval, http://cp{cpid}.pushapi.eval.blackberry.com;
+* for production, http://cp{cpid}.pushapi.na.blackberry.com where {cpid} is replaced with your content provider ID). If writing an enterprise application,
* no <code>ppgUrl</code> value should be specified.
* @callback {function} successCallback The callback that is invoked when the <code>create</code> operation is successful.
* @callback {PushService} successCallback.pushService The <code>PushService</code> object that can be used on a successful <code>create</code> operation.
@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ blackberry.push.PushService = {};
* // For a consumer application (using the public/BIS PPG)
* var ops = { invokeTargetId : 'com.sample.pushtest.target',
* appId : 'appId1',
-* ppgUrl : 'https://cp123.pushapi.na.blackberry.com' };
+* ppgUrl : 'http://cp123.pushapi.na.blackberry.com' };
*
* // For an enterprise application (using the enterprise/BES PPG)
* // var ops = { invokeTargetId : 'com.sample.pushtest.target' };
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