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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
<tt>RSWInstSilentLauncher</tt> is the client-side handle used to access SW Installer UI services. It can be used to silently install/uninstall the SISX without user intervention. The silent install and uninstall methods have both synchronous and asynchronous versions.
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{{Icode|RSWInstSilentLauncher}} is the client-side handle used to access SW Installer UI services. It can be used to silently install/uninstall the SISX without user intervention. The silent install and uninstall methods have both synchronous and asynchronous versions.
  
 
The [[SW Installer Launcher API]] is part of the [[SDK API Plug-in]] package for S60 3rd Edition, FP2.
 
The [[SW Installer Launcher API]] is part of the [[SDK API Plug-in]] package for S60 3rd Edition, FP2.
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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
 
If the uninstallation of an application is started using the asynchronous  
 
If the uninstallation of an application is started using the asynchronous  
version of <tt>SwiUI::RSWInstLauncher::SilentUninstall</tt>, it can be canceled by calling the method <tt>SwiUI::RSWInstLauncher::CancelAsyncRequest(TInt aReqToCancel)</tt>.
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version of {{Icode|SwiUI::RSWInstLauncher::SilentUninstall}}, it can be canceled by calling the method {{Icode|SwiUI::RSWInstLauncher::CancelAsyncRequest(TInt aReqToCancel)}}.
  
 
The cancellation process of an asynchronous silent uninstall operation takes a long time (more than 10 seconds) and any attempt to start another operation during this time causes the S60 Installer to hang.
 
The cancellation process of an asynchronous silent uninstall operation takes a long time (more than 10 seconds) and any attempt to start another operation during this time causes the S60 Installer to hang.
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<!-- Translation --> [[zh-hans:Archived:取消一次异步后台卸载将需很长时间]]

Latest revision as of 09:49, 7 September 2012

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Created: User:Technical writer 1 (04 Sep 2008)
Last edited: hamishwillee (07 Sep 2012)

[edit] Overview

RSWInstSilentLauncher is the client-side handle used to access SW Installer UI services. It can be used to silently install/uninstall the SISX without user intervention. The silent install and uninstall methods have both synchronous and asynchronous versions.

The SW Installer Launcher API is part of the SDK API Plug-in package for S60 3rd Edition, FP2.

[edit] Description

If the uninstallation of an application is started using the asynchronous version of SwiUI::RSWInstLauncher::SilentUninstall, it can be canceled by calling the method SwiUI::RSWInstLauncher::CancelAsyncRequest(TInt aReqToCancel).

The cancellation process of an asynchronous silent uninstall operation takes a long time (more than 10 seconds) and any attempt to start another operation during this time causes the S60 Installer to hang.

[edit] Solution

No solution exists.

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