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    Unhappy Messages Betwwen Applications

    Hi,
    i have written an ECom application which gets the captured file name and path, and writes it to a file when user capture an image with camera. i also have another application which uses this path, how can i send message from ECom application to the other application so that other application could be able to use that path.

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    Re: Messages Betwwen Applications

    you could use any IPC there is available, easiest one would propably be using properties (i.e. RProperty API).

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    Re: Messages Betwwen Applications

    thanks, can you please send me an example?

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    Re: Messages Betwwen Applications

    Symbian OS guide » Base » Using User Library (E32) » Publish and Subscribe


    in the SDK
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    Re: Messages Betwwen Applications


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