12-18-2010 04:23 PM
I already know the RIM guys will say "Can't be done"..."Wasting your time"....
But I can get access to runtime to many of RIM's internal APIs...along with fields and methods, etc...
At runtime, they are available - just difficult to compile as it appears that they must have .jar
files themselves that contain the internal apis and then they have a stripped down version
I have some ideas on how to "fake" rapc - however, I'd like to see if anybody else has had any success directly referencing the internal classes and what rapc options they used...
12-18-2010 05:59 PM
I tried it a couple times (especially with Speech recognition/synthesis and RIM's reflection API [which does exist]) but they appear to have safeguards in place which cause a unsigned API exception or a message saying that it isn't supported.
For that reason I'm going to have to go with the RIM guys and say "waste of time."
12-19-2010 01:45 AM - edited 12-19-2010 01:45 AM
Look for a COD file labeld net_rim_reflect. They aren't documented.