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07-20-2011 02:31 PM
Is there a way to read the params sent while invoking a webworks app from another app?
I am invoking TestBB2 application from my TestBB1 application
var params=new Array();
var args = new blackberry.invoke.JavaArguments("TestBB2",params);
alert("Launching .. TestBB2")
So in TestBB2 application can I read the param urlkey?
07-20-2011 04:09 PM
Unable to invoke another webworks app using appName?queryStringKey=value
Is this not valid?
How to invoke using 'appName.entryPoint' or 'appName[.entryPoint]?arg1=val&arg2=val'. in webworks app?
Can someone give a sample code?
07-21-2011 02:33 PM
In theory invoking using the invoke API as you described should work by passing in the arguments as a query string. What exactly isn't working for you?