[Tizen Application-dev] About Privilege Property in Tizen SDK2.0
xiang.long at intel.com
Tue Mar 26 06:22:04 GMT 2013
Yes, this's the right behavior. Some device APIs don't need privileges to run in current implementation.
From: application-dev-bounces at lists.tizen.org [mailto:application-dev-bounces at lists.tizen.org] On Behalf Of Xu, YuhanX
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 9:58 AM
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Cc: Wu, Donna
Subject: [Tizen Application-dev] About Privilege Property in Tizen SDK2.0
A question about privilege property in Tizen2.0 device API, please.
I find only a few of APIs have "Privilege" property in "tizen.org/dev-guide", and the left APIs haven't this property. So, Is this meaning:
I need put the privilege into config.xml when I using a API with a "Privilege" property in my webapp, or I will get a runtime error.
In other words, if I use a API without the "Privilege" property, there isn't any limitation, I can use the API into my app directly.
1. tizen.alarm.add(...); The add method has a privilege property. "Privilege: http://tizen.org/privilege/alarm"
2. tizen.alarm.get(...); The get method hasn't privilege property.
If I use the add method into my webapp, I need add privilege above into the config.xml file. But If I only use the get method, I don't need to do this.
PS: I try this in emulator, it works like this.
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