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  1. #1
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    Exclamation Hide IAP selection dialog in SyncML

    Hi everyone. I've encountered the problem hiding IAP selection dialog. My application uses RHTTPSession and RSyncMLSession to access internet. I needed to hide IAP selection dialog when my app attempts to access internet. I solved this problem with RHTTPSession(using TCommDbConnPref), it works fine, but i've got stuck with RSyncMLSession. Can someone tell me how to make RSyncMLSession use certain IAP? At least maybe someone knows how to prohibit that popping up in order app use default IAP?

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    Re: Hide IAP selection dialog in SyncML

    You could'nt fina a way of taking an existing connection and piggy backing off it, it may be possible but I certainly never found a way

    What you can do is read and write the connection used by the profile using

    RSyncMLConnection connection;
    ... initialization stuff
    connection.SetPropertyL(_L8("NSmlIapId"), _L8("<your IAP id here>"));
    .. rest of connection stuff
    connection.Update();
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