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Getting system information

Hello all,

 

I was looking for a way of getting the system information for profiling. Things like processor speed/name physical memory, virtual memory, OS version, etc...

 

I feel there is a section where all this is explained somewhere, but just can't seem to find it.

 

Thank you for your help,

Jaime

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Re: Getting system information

System information for what device?



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Re: Getting system information

Thank you for your reply. 

For whatever device my application is running on.

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Re: Getting system information

OK, sorry. I see now you've posted in the Native Development section.



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Re: Getting system information

Anyone else?

There must be some simple way of achieving this.

 

Thanks,

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Re: Getting system information

I think no, you can't. You can only get os version (from what you've listed).

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Re: Getting system information

I haven't have time to go into it, but apparently this can be used for it:

http://developer.blackberry.com/native/beta/reference/com.qnx.doc.bps.lib_ref/com.qnx.doc.bps.lib_re...

At least "device information" is listed in the list of stuff it can do. 

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Re: Getting system information

Native or cascades application ? And what information you need ? Device serial/PIN, os version ?

For native use this http://developer.blackberry.com/native/beta/reference/com.qnx.doc.bps.lib_ref/com.qnx.doc.bps.lib_re...

cascades this search here https://developer.blackberry.com/cascades/reference/topics.html
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Re: Getting system information

Native.
And yeah, that's what I was looking for, thanks Smiley Happy
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Re: Getting system information

Where do you guys see " processor speed/name physical memory, virtual memory" ?