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  1. #1
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    New UNI-09 Step 7 - What is the correct way to pass?

    Hi,

    In the new Symbian signed test cases (3.0.1) there is this in UNI-09:
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    STEP7: After installation to the removable memory card, take another compliant clean phone or format the phone you have, and insert the memory card into the new/formatted phone.
    RESULT: The application should install automatically to the new/formatted phone or if the application is copy protected it provides suitablemessage to user indicating why it will not install.
    RESULT: The application should run correctly from the inserted memory card.
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    So the application should auto-install to a new phone from a memory card when the memory card is transffer to a new phone. Does this mean that in the future we need to include the PA stuff in all applications, or what method should be used to launch this auto-installation?

    Br,
    -Toni

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    Re: New UNI-09 Step 7 - What is the correct way to pass?

    Could somebody provide an example of how to pass the UNI-09 step 7 test?
    And what about the case when the application requires to be launched at phone boot (using startup list management Api's requires a rsc file on c drive)?

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    Re: New UNI-09 Step 7 - What is the correct way to pass?

    Is there any example of achieving auto install when inserting the memory card in order to pass this test?

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    Re: New UNI-09 Step 7 - What is the correct way to pass?

    According to a post by a Symbian employee on a related thread on SymbianDevNet, you cannot pass the test UNI-09 Step 7 if you use the Startup List Management API.


    Your choices right now seem to be one of:
    • using the Startup List Management API and requesting a waiver;
    • using the Startup List Management API and forcing the installation to the phone memory - I haven't checked if this goes against some other Symbian Signed criterion;
    • using the Startup List Management API and asking for the UNI-09.EX1 exception;
    • not using the Startup List Management API (and remember that you can't even use a recognizer plugin for this purpose anymore).

    Can someone from Nokia please comment on this?

    Will the Startup List Management API be fixed? (possibly by not requiring the resource to be copied to the phone memory)

    What is the "officially" recommended way to deal with this issue (Startup List Management usage + UNI-09 test)?

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    Re: New UNI-09 Step 7 - What is the correct way to pass?

    Regards,
    Fathi S. el3ashery

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