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Archived Talk:How to conform with Symbian Signed criteria

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A must read for any one who is about to have his application Symbian Signed. It describes most of the Symbian and Nokia Test cases. The article also provides tips on how to avoid any pitfalls and is well referenced with related links. --kamalakshan 13:45, 4 September 2009 (UTC)

Every application need to be pass symbian signed criteria before signed with certified signing. Application may not use some feature and can ignore some testing criteria. For example if application does not use auto-start feature than developer can ignore test case Correct auto-start behavior (UNI-11). Some test case must be pass by all applications, for example Scalable UI compliance (UNI-10) must be pass by all GUI applications.

This article describe in brief all test case that described in Symbian signed test criteria, which beginners find more useful.

--savaj 11:59, 26 September 2009 (UTC)

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