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ramkumar
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Registered: ‎01-05-2011
My Device: 9300
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Listen when user opens Options .

Hi,

       I want to listen from my application when user opens Options application.I also wants to know which type of options user currently modifying. using

ApplicationManager.getApplicationManager().getVisibleApplications()  i can know when user open Options applications.But i want to know which type of options user currently opened.

We have 200 mobile clients i want to restrict the user to change some Options.Is it possible?

 

Thanks & regards,

Ramkumar.

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simon_hain
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My Device: Z10 LE
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Re: Listen when user opens Options .

 

this is the domain of the BES. you will not be able to replicate this with the API.

BES express is for free, but for 200 clients you will need a normal one i think.

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ramkumar
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Re: Listen when user opens Options .

Thankyou,

                    Our company is in INDIA. I went  to the page on BB Downloads to download B.E.S server but in that form Our country is not listed on Country selection list .I send  a mail to R.I.M they are telling that for INDIA B.E.S services are not available.Please give me any idea.

 

Thanks and regards,

P.Ramkumar.

 

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simon_hain
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Re: Listen when user opens Options .

 

probably because the indian government had some struggles with rim due to encryption.

see http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2375442,00.asp or other similar articles.

 

but as far as i know BES is available in india, otherwise the government wouldn't have these struggles with rim.

our company sells bes servers in Germany, but i have no clue where to get them in India, maybe you can find a local RIM partner or alliance member and ask them?

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