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  1. #1
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    How to share file between two applications?

    I have no AllFile capability. There are two applications I developed that want share one file.
    App A create the file and App B read it. How can I accomplish this?

    Thank you.
    poporz, Music sharing software for S60 1rd & 2rd.
    Play music during call. Support MP3 and one-key playing.
    刨乐,音乐分享软件,在通话过程中播放音乐。支持S60第一版和第二版。支持MP3,支持一键快速播放。
    http://www.poporz.com

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    Re: How to share file between two applications?

    Quote Originally Posted by goodtaste View Post
    I have no AllFile capability. There are two applications I developed that want share one file.
    App A create the file and App B read it. How can I accomplish this?

    Thank you.
    Maybe this article and the link provided in it might give you a few tips.

    Hope it does!!

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    Re: How to share file between two applications?

    Hi,

    As long as your file doesn't need to be kept securely then you don't need AllFiles. App A just needs WriteUserData and App B ReadUserData. Then you could just put the file into a public directory.

    Sorcery

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    Re: How to share file between two applications?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sorcery-ltd View Post
    Hi,

    As long as your file doesn't need to be kept securely then you don't need AllFiles. App A just needs WriteUserData and App B ReadUserData. Then you could just put the file into a public directory.

    Sorcery
    Thank you. But what's public directory?
    poporz, Music sharing software for S60 1rd & 2rd.
    Play music during call. Support MP3 and one-key playing.
    刨乐,音乐分享软件,在通话过程中播放音乐。支持S60第一版和第二版。支持MP3,支持一键快速播放。
    http://www.poporz.com

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    Smile Re: How to share file between two applications?

    Quote Originally Posted by goodtaste View Post
    But what's public directory?
    In general, directories other than \sys, \resource and \private are public.

    You can try with \Data.

    Kiran.

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    Re: How to share file between two applications?

    Quote Originally Posted by kiran10182 View Post
    In general, directories other than \sys, \resource and \private are public.

    You can try with \Data.

    Kiran.
    Thank you. I want to search the whole memory card for mp3 file. RDir need AllFile capability. But actually I only need search the public directories. Is there other apis that can walk around the card but don't need AllFile capability?

    Thank you.
    poporz, Music sharing software for S60 1rd & 2rd.
    Play music during call. Support MP3 and one-key playing.
    刨乐,音乐分享软件,在通话过程中播放音乐。支持S60第一版和第二版。支持MP3,支持一键快速播放。
    http://www.poporz.com

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    Smile Re: How to share file between two applications?

    Try this Wiki Article: Find Files
    I hope it would be helpful to you at some extent.

    Kiran.

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