11-29-2011 02:53 PM
Pretty much all the native code sample projects I've seen have used this action in their bar-descriptor.xml file:
Can anyone say what the system="true" part is for, and is it really required for all native code?
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11-29-2011 04:03 PM
The system="true" attribute identifies the action as a "system action", which is not presented to users of the app to authorize in the dialog that shows on first launch. Rather, authorization of this action is granted by the OS (if it elects to). The other case (absent of this attribute, or system="false") is a "user action" which is granted (or denied) by the user of your app.
All native applications require this particular action to be granted them in order to execute native code.
11-30-2011 04:46 PM