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    Question self-signed = 5 or 6 capabitilities ?

    hello ,

    The new document describing the capabilities in the Forum Nokia talks about six capabitilities : NetworkServices, LocalServices, ReadUserData, WriteUserData , UserEnvironment and Location

    I think that self-signed apps could use only 5 capabilities : NetworkServices, LocalServices, ReadUserData, WriteUserData and UserEnvironment

    What the right answer

    thanks
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    Re: self-signed = 5 or 6 capabitilities ?

    Quote Originally Posted by cyke64
    ... I think that self-signed apps could use only 5 capabilities : NetworkServices, LocalServices, ReadUserData, WriteUserData and UserEnvironment ...
    True. The document provided by Symbian "gives a high-level description of each of the Symbian OS platform security capabilities" and does not reflect the way the capabilities are grouped on S60.

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    Re: self-signed = 5 or 6 capabitilities ?

    I think the problem is that documentations are talking about capabilities that require "declarative statement", and since Location does not require it, it is oftehn grouped with self-signing capabilities.

    yucca

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