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    NetworkControl - rejected - how to be accepted ?

    Hi there,

    I try to sign the new version of my application (FExplorer), I have added a new tool to allow users to ping an ip address or hostname (very usefull), therefore I need a new capability : NetworkControl but the app has been refused with the following message :
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    Application is rejected:
    The application is rejected because the application uses the capability  NetworkControl, but the API(s) used for this capability are not  disclosed in the declarative statement. This must be done in the 2nd  input box of the declarative step. It is required that the capability  usage must disclose the API(s) being used for each of the declared  Capabilities.
    Can you please, indicate to me what must I do ? must I send part of code used ? must I remove this new feature (this would be very stupid and counter-productive !!) ?

    it's very urgent,
    thanks a lot,
    Domi.
    Last edited by Jeepy; 2010-11-10 at 09:47.
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    Re: NetworkControl - rejected - how to be accepted ?

    I am also interested in this problem.
    Where can I find a list of APIs that require the NetworkControl capability?

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    Re: NetworkControl - rejected - how to be accepted ?

    Hi,
    just paste them the entire source code of the function into the field and they should STFU.
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    Re: NetworkControl - rejected - how to be accepted ?

    Actually you should simply identify the API, and the use case for it, no need to try getting them pissed off by adding huge amounts of stuff there.

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    Re: NetworkControl - rejected - how to be accepted ?

    Hi Yucca,
    the problem is that he apparently does not know which API is the relevant one.

    I meant to tell them what the app does and then the source code below. If you ask me personally, the check goes like this:
    if(len>0)
    if(!garbage)
    pass_app()
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