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08-08-2012 01:39 PM
No I am testing with a Webworks application and was assuming that it used the native browser.
I confirm I'm testing a Webworks app on a Playbook device.
The 2.0 version of the tablet SDK doesn't support blackberry.identity feature as I tested the exact same code with the 2.1 SDK and it worked
Are you trying to call "http://localhost:8472/blackberry/identity/get" to get the PIN of a device? Have you ever tried with a simple JS command like this:
I build the KitchenSink example for PlayBook in debug mode. When I debug within Web Inspector and call the above within a console.log(...); it shows me the devices PIN in the following form:
0x######## -> # is alphanumeric letter
08-09-2012 04:17 AM - edited 08-09-2012 04:18 AM
I tried blackberry.identity.pin first, as it didn't work I looked for another solution and tried to call "http://localhost:8472/blackberry/identity/get" but it didn't work as well.
Now blackberry.identity.pin works as I upgraded the version of the SDK.
But "http://localhost:8472/blackberry/identity/get" still doesn't work,
but it's ok as I prefer the simple way (blackberry.identity.pin)
08-09-2012 06:34 AM
Nice to know. Now mark your post as solution to let other see what needs to be done to get it working