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    Question DRM 2.0: Rights Object path

    hi all,
    can anyone tell wher exactly the rights object(.dr file)(corresponding to DCF file) will be stored in the device.


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    Sunil

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    Re: DRM 2.0: Rights Object path

    Why do you need to know the location of rights object?

    I don't think .dr will be stored in the device as is. What I know, there is a private folder for DRM at \private\101f51f2\rdb. I guess rdb stands for rights database or something. The folder is located in the phone memory under protected area, so normal application won't be able to access it.

    Antony

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    Re: DRM 2.0: Rights Object path

    hi,
    Thnks for ur reply..
    When i tried to play the .dcf file it says Content Not activated..?what exactly it means..?do u any idea...

    regds
    Sunl

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    Re: DRM 2.0: Rights Object path

    Hi,

    To open dcf file u need rights be activated. Right object defines the rights of consuming the content.U need to push rights to phone using WAP Push and on receipt of these rights phone activates the content

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    Sudhakar
    Last edited by S.S.Sudhakar; 2006-11-17 at 11:55.
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    Sudhakar

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    Re: DRM 2.0: Rights Object path

    hi,
    i have .dcf file and corresponding rights object .dr file(generated by NMIT 4.1). I tried placing RO in private directory, build image and tried to play dcf file.
    Then i got that msg..
    anythn u want to update..

    regds
    Sunil

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    Re: DRM 2.0: Rights Object path

    you can't direclty put rights file . u need to push it.
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    Sudhakar

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    Re: DRM 2.0: Rights Object path

    i have dcf file and .dr file on my pc.I copy dcf file in /video dir. Now i need to push .dr file to phone instead of copy..?so how can i do it from my pc..?do u have any idea..beco im not downloading ro , i have generated it..i thnk u got my point..

    thnks in advance
    Sunil

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    Re: DRM 2.0: Rights Object path

    Hi,

    As I said earlier U need to do WAP Push and for this WAP push operator should give u WAP Push URL.

    BR,
    Sudhakar
    Regards,
    Sudhakar

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    Re: DRM 2.0: Rights Object path

    Quote Originally Posted by sunilckore
    hi,
    i have .dcf file and corresponding rights object .dr file(generated by NMIT 4.1). I tried placing RO in private directory, build image and tried to play dcf file.
    Then i got that msg..
    anythn u want to update..

    regds
    Sunil
    How are you placing the RO in private directory(I mean programmatically or directly copying in the private directory)?.
    Prasad

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