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Posts: 436
Registered: ‎06-22-2010
My Device: na
My Carrier: blackberry developer

Invoke media player

How can i invoke my native media player from a browserfield and what type of video it supports

Developer
Posts: 436
Registered: ‎06-22-2010
My Device: na
My Carrier: blackberry developer

Re: Invoke media player

I have also tried with Content Handler 

byte[] data = null;
												InputStream is = getClass().getResourceAsStream("/media/BlackBerry.mp4");
												
												try {
													 data = IOUtilities.streamToBytes(is, 1024);
												} catch (IOException e1) {
													// TODO Auto-generated catch block
													e1.printStackTrace();
												}
												String url = new String(data);
												Invocation invocation = new Invocation(url); 
												Registry reg = Registry.getRegistry("net.rim.device.api.content.BlackBerryContentHandler");
												try {
													reg.invoke(invocation);
												} catch (IllegalArgumentException e) {
													// TODO Auto-generated catch block
													e.printStackTrace();
												} catch (ContentHandlerException e) {
													// TODO Auto-generated catch block
													e.printStackTrace();
												} catch (SecurityException e) {
													// TODO Auto-generated catch block
													e.printStackTrace();
												} catch (IOException e) {
													// TODO Auto-generated catch block
													e.printStackTrace();
												}

 But it fails.But instead of picking it frm my resource,if i pick from SDCard than it plays,but want to play from my resource folder