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    calling a menu option of another application in my application.

    Hi,

    I am developing an application where i have to search,match and display the matched items from calendar database,which i am able to acheive it.
    But the requirement is such that when i search calendar, Incase i find a match for the search criteria in the calender i am supposed to open the
    "To-Do" view containing only the entries of the matched string.Can i do this. how can i acheive it?????

    Thanks.

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    Unhappy Re: calling a menu option of another application in my application.

    No, you need to implement view and it's needed functionality by yourself in your application.

    If it's enough to launch just To-Do view with all it's normal content, that's possible, though.
    Teemu Kurppa
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    Re: calling a menu option of another application in my application.

    Hi Teemu,

    Thanks for replying.

    But the problem is that some of the classes in the built-in app are Non-Sharable.So i cannot implement the funtions.

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    Re: calling a menu option of another application in my application.

    That's what I meant: you have to implement everything by yourself. Definetly not a small task

    Based on your comment (especially non-sharable classes bit) it seems that you might have source code access to S60 built-in app, thus you can use code in it as an example how to do it.
    Teemu Kurppa
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