Talk:Sending an File Attachment using CSendUI
This small code snippet demonstrates how to use standard S60 approach for sending data. It allows you to select particular channel (bluetooth, email, irda, etc) and to send file via selected channel. One important note: this approach requires important capabilities, so it is impossible to use self-signed procedure.
This example works fine on Nokia N96.
CSendUI is useful class to send files or data via available services. Sending services can be based on the MTM or ECom architecture. You can send data or files using available service like SMS, MMS, email, irda and bluetooth.
Usually CSendUI require LocalServices, NetworkServices, ReadDeviceData, WriteDeviceData, ReadUserData, andWriteUserData capabilities, but if DRM protected files are being sent via MMS, then DRM capability is required in application.
This article describes how to send file using available services, which helps begginers as well as experienced developers. Also note that you have to use CSendAppUi API for developing application for 2nd edition devices.