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    Post how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    Hi All,

    I want to put an exe file in a local created massage.
    is it possible?
    how would be?

    Please help...


    Thanks in Advance,
    Rajesh kumar pal

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    If you want something to be installed from a message, you need to put the installer (.sisx) file into it as an attachment. Remember that not all message types support attachments.

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    Hi Wizard,

    Thanks a lot for reply..

    now i came to know about some API by which i can attach some file...



    Thanks in Advance,
    Rajesh
    Last edited by rajeshkumar_pal; 2011-07-01 at 14:39.

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    Searching for attachment in the SDK documentation and in the Wiki is expected to bring some results.

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    Hi Wizard,

    Thanks a lot...


    is there any way to creat local massage where i don't need to use Mtm base class(CSmsClientMtm)??
    because i want to use API AddAttachmentL().

    as API "AddAttachmentL()" does not support MTM base class.


    Please help...

    Thanks in Advance,
    Rajesh

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    You can try other message types, like Bluetooth, Infra, MMS, perhaps e-mail. They support attachments.

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    Hi Wizard,

    thanks a lot ..

    one more question:
    is there any way to open an installed application (as using UID no) on opening a inbox massage??

    for example i have created an local massage and when user open the massage that time application gat launch.




    Thanks in Advance,
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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    Technically it is possible to create your custom MTM. Resources above, Code examples, Symbian C++ (as technology), Messaging. However note that it may need some higher level capabilities.

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    Hi Wizard,

    Thanks a lot..


    Is it possible to just creat a local massage and put into inbox now application get launch when i open this massage??

    what would be the way way to do so?

    Plesae suggest.....

    Thanks in Advance,
    Rajesh

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    Yes, you can launch your application from your MTM. The same thing may happen with SMS-s too (at least there is an smsviewer.exe in the emulator).

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    Hi Wizard,

    Thanks a lot for reply..

    please explore somthing more.

    i mean which API will be used to launch the aplication?



    Thanks,
    Rajesh

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    You could have searched for launch in the Wiki.
    RProcess::Create+Resume.
    RApaLsSession::StartApp.

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    Re: how to put an image as content of local created massage??

    Hi Wizard,

    Thanks a lot for reply...

    Yes these api are used for launching an application.

    But here my case is somthing different(i may be wrong).
    As i have created a local massage and i open it whenever i wish.
    and that time application will have to launch.
    I mean how it(a application) can be co-related with opening the local massage .

    it there any API or some parameter under massage's classess?


    Please let me know...


    Thanks in advance.
    Rajesh

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    Post Is it possible to launch an application on opening an unread inbox massage??

    Hi All,

    Is it possible to launch an installed application when i open a particular unread inbox massage?

    Please Explain if it is possible....



    Thanks in Advance,
    Rajesh

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    Re: Is it possible to launch an application on opening an unread inbox massage??

    You may want to check that MTM example. There is no such differentiation as local/non-local messages. All messages are handled by their respective MTM.

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