[Dev] Platform Storage

Jones, Brian J brian.j.jones at intel.com
Thu May 22 17:44:36 GMT 2014

Hi Art,

That looks right.  You might check that the Smack label of the Downloads directory is set right.  If ls –lZ /opt/usr/media doesn’t show the label as User, use ‘chsmack –a User /opt/usr/media/Downloads’ to fix it.  Hopefully that resolves your issue, if not I’ll dig further to see what might be going on.


From: IVI [mailto:ivi-bounces at lists.tizen.org] On Behalf Of McGee, Art
Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2014 7:58 AM
To: ivi at lists.tizen.org; dev at lists.tizen.org
Subject: Platform Storage

I'm working on an app that stores and reads from the Downloads directory on the system using.  I seem to having an error when trying to access that storage location.  This seems to be a change from EOY release and the APR22 release.   Please advise if I'm using this incorrectly or if something has changed in the security model.



It asks for permission using the config.xml file with the following.
            <tizen:privilege name="http://tizen.org/privilege/filesystem.read" />
            <tizen:privilege name="http://tizen.org/privilege/filesystem.write" />

The code that seems to have the fault.
        if (typeof(tizen) !== 'undefined') {
            // Has this called changed or should I be requesting permission by another means? Note this._settingsStorageName = "downloads"
            tizen.filesystem.resolve(this._settingsStorageName, function(directory) {
                var settingsFile;
                try {
                     settingsFile = directory.resolve(self._settingsFileName);
                } catch(ex) {
                    console.warn("Settings file doesn't exist, creating ...", ex);
                    settingsFile = directory.createFile(self._settingsFileName);

                settingsFile.readAsText(function(contents) {
                    //console.log("Settings file contents", contents);
                    var configValues = null;

                    if (contents.length > 0) {
                        try {
                            configValues = JSON.parse(contents);
                        catch (ex) {
                            console.error("Error occured during parsing settings file", ex);

                    if (!configValues || !configValues.version || configValues.version < self._values.version) {
                        configValues = jQuery.extend({}, self._values);
                    //console.log("Loaded settings:", configValues);

                    if (JSON.stringify(configValues) !== JSON.stringify(self._values)) {
                        console.log("Settings updated.");
                        self._values = configValues;

                }, function(ex) {
                    console.error("Cannot read settings file", ex);
            }, function(error) {

                console.error("Error occured during opening Documents directory", error); // This is the line that reports the error.
            }, "rw");
        } else {
            console.warn("Tizen API is not available, cannot read settings from persistent storage.");

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