Commit 6ee8c560 authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen
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Add information about Symbian device capabilities and signing applications.

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\l{Developing Symbian Applications}.
\note The only supported build system for Maemo and Qt for Symbian
applications in Qt Creator is qmake.
Once your application is ready you can deploy it on a mobile device.
If you do not have a mobile device connected to your computer, you can
run Maemo applications in the \gui{Local Simulator}, and Symbian
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\o MacOS 10.5 ("Leopard") or higher
\note The only supported build system for Maemo applications in Qt
Creator is qmake.
\section1 Setting Up the N900
You can connect your device to your workstation using either an USB or a
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with the installation file, including:
\o Self-signed applications cannot access the more sensitive
capabilities of the mobile device.
\l{Capabilities and Signing}{capabilities} of the mobile device.
\o Security warnings will be displayed when you install the self-signed
application on a mobile device.
\o Self-signed applications cannot be distributed commercially on Ovi
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There are also options that do not require you to get a Publisher ID. For
more detail about how the Symbian Signed process works, see
{The complete guide to Symbian Signed}.
{Complete Guide to Symbian Signed}.
When you have your own certificate and private key you can specify them in
When you have your own certificate and private key, you can specify them in
the \gui{Create sis Package} step in your build configuration.
\image qtcreator-qt4-symbian-signing.png
\section3 Capabilities and Signing
Capabilities allow the Symbian platform to control access by applications to
the functionality provided by the platform APIs. Access to capabilities is
determined by the device configuration and how the application has been signed.
Symbian Signed offers the following signing options depending on the
capabilities that the application accesses:
\o \bold{Express signed} for applications that access only user and system
\o \bold{Certified signed} for applications that access also restricted or
device manufacturer capabilities.
\note You need to request the rights to access device manufacturer
capabilities from the manufacturer.
For more information about how to choose the appropriate signing option, see
\l{}{Symbian Signed For Distributing Your Application}.
If you select a signing option that does not allow the application to access
the defined capabilities, installing the application on mobile devices
fails. To avoid problems, only define capabilities and link libraries to a project
if you really need them.
For more information about capabilities and how you can check which ones you
need, see
\l{}{Capabilities (Symbian Signed)}.
For more information on how to define capabilities for a project, see
\section1 Running Your Project
After setting up your project as described above you build and run your
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